And after 5 years?Hm... unless they improve much, it seems to me that the current top 4 will be beating them even 5 years later. Dimitrov will be 21 next spring, not that young... Tomic looks like he could do well, but impossible to say at this point; he could either be next regular member of top 10 or of top 20~40
:spit:Donald Young will likely fade back into mediocrity after this tournament. Dolgopolov has the most promise, as well as Raonic, he could be the next Roddick and snatch a slam somewhere. Harrison will be the next Roddick in personality but nowhere near as much success. Sock is overhyped, Nishikori is always injured, Gulbis has underachieved all his career and will continue to do so. Dimitrov and Tomic have the potential to be top players.
Sad day for tennis when lots of the current guys retire. A good chunk of the top 50 is made up of players who are 27 years old and older.