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    Votes: 33 68.8%
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    Votes: 15 31.3%

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who and why? :)



Donald Young (USA)
former Jr #1
2 time Jr Grand Slam winner
Age: 18 in 2 weeks
ATP: 0-10
Best Challenger results in 2007: SF, 3 QF
Current Rank: 291


Marin Cilic (CRO)
former Jr #1
2005 RG Jr Champ, def Andy Murray
Age: 18
ATP: 9-17, SF: Gstaad, QF Queens
Best Challenger results in 2007: 2 W, 2QF
Current Rank: 101
 

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The Don will be, he hasn't played an ATP event since last year. He can win some at that level now. The Don has way more talent, Cilic is just another tall, boring, big server from Croatia.
 

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The Don will be, he hasn't played an ATP event since last year. He can win some at that level now. The Don has way more talent, Cilic is just another tall, boring, big server from Croatia.
:rolleyes: no he's not, dont know youngs record on clay or grass, but Cilic is an all-court player
have you ever seen him play?
 

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who and why? :)



Donald Young (USA)
former Jr #1
2 time Jr Grand Slam winner
Age: 18 in 2 weeks
ATP: 0-10
Best Challenger results in 2007: SF, 3 QF
Current Rank: 291


Marin Cilic (CRO)
former Jr #1
2005 RG Jr Champ, def Andy Murray
Age: 18
ATP: 9-17, SF: Gstaad, QF Queens
Best Challenger results in 2007: 2 W, 2QF
Current Rank: 101
obviously cilic. He has serious weapons and not just his service.
 

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6 votes to 5 in favour of donald young? who are these idiots who are voting for this joker?
 

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I don't know about Cilic but Donald will fade away quietly in the next couple of year. Even though he's left handed he really isn't proving to have the weapons needed for ATP tour. Only chance he's got is if he gets a late growth spurt, but that looks unlikely. He may hang out at the futures/Challenger level indefinitely since I'm sure he has sponsorship, and he'll win his share of matches, but he just doesn't look like ATP tour material. Someone new will come along with a little more potential (Querrey has already bypassed him--although it might be someone else--I'm hoping Isner) to be the next great US player and Donald will quickly be forgotten.
 

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Move over Karlovic.
 
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