yeah i know what u mean, but Brazil at least gives more support to players than other countries in South America. In Peru for example, they dont support tennis players Luis Horna needs to get more support and money .
We have lots of good guys coming out. If we got supporting programs and had at least a little bit of organization, people like Saretta, Simoni, Sa, Costa, the up-and-coming Cubas, Rosa, Engel and Marcos Daniel, among many others like Ferreiro, Julio Silva, etc... would have a lot brighter future. Its just a matter of someone having enough will to help, and knowledge of course. I have to speak english to come here and talk tennis with someone who actually knows something about it. In our country, its difficult.
Btw, hi there Pablo :wavey:
one of the best youth educations are in Belgium IMO.
For such a small country they have produced Justine Henin, Kim Clijsters and ITF junior number 1 Kirsten Flipkens, and in the past Sabine Appelmans & Dominique Van Roost.
and don't forget to mention Xavier Malisse, Olivier Rochus at the boy's side and also earlier Filip Dewulf.