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RE: Boys: US Open Junior Championships 2007.


Goldenslam wrote:
Surely Arka you can not argue with these facts....confused

I wouldn't be too sure of that....I doubt there's anything that Arka cannot argue with when he's in the mood biggrin.gif  I've seen (well rather read) him in action many times....the Panda thrives on debates

I agree with you (Goldenslam) btw, in this thread...Andy was far stronger at Young's age....ok when he turned 18 he was down in the 300s but that was due to coach issues, lack of confidence etc I think, he had the ability to be much higher as he showed in the next 3 months when he made rd3 of Wimbledon and Queens plus strolled to two challenger titles with ease 

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This is why I love this website & encourage British players to use it!! You can have indepth debates on all tennis topics & get real responses from people who know what they are talking about, I know Arka will come back with something & that is what this site is for, for people to bounce opinions & thoughts off of, so whoever established this site I congratulate you......Thank you

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Arka wrote:


Cox needs a single withdrawal, so he should get in. And then there are two SE spots.



Cox is in the main draw! If Evans has a good tournament here he could be top 10 when the 1989 boys drop out at the end of the year!!!



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The qualifying list is out for the boys at:
http://dps.usta.com/usta_master/usta/doc/content/doc_13_19092.pdf?8/31/2007%203:45:01%20PM

although there is no British interest in it.

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Main Draw 1st Round

Daniel Cox (GBR) v Thomas Fabbiano (11) (Italy)
David Rice (GBR) v Lawrence Formentera (USA)
Daniel Evans (GBR) v Bradley Klahn (USA)
Graeme Dyce (GBR) v Vladimir Karusevich (Russia)

Young has withdrawn.

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Great first round draws for three of them!

I doubt Coxy stands much chance against Fabbiano but hope he can beat him!

Rice's opponent is currently ranked 1750 so must be a prospect to get a WC but should be an easy win.

Evans's opponent is 18 and ranked 118.

Dyce's foe is ranked 30 at 18 years old. Should be a close match.

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Goldenslam wrote:

This is why I love this website & encourage British players to use it!! You can have indepth debates on all tennis topics & get real responses from people who know what they are talking about, I know Arka will come back with something & that is what this site is for, for people to bounce opinions & thoughts off of, so whoever established this site I congratulate you......Thank you



Sheddie (David) did. clap.gif

 



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Today's matches

Rice's match is on 4th on Court 7, match before his match is just about to start.
Dyce's match is 4th on Court 16, the match before his is early in the second set.



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Further to the debate above, Andy would have won Junior Wimbledon if he hadn't had to drop out of his first round match due to being rather busy taking Nalbandian to 5 sets in the third round of the main event! I should think the rest of the boys were mightily relieved!
I see Graeme Dyce is playing this evening - I know nothing about his opponent - how do you rate his chances?



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Dyce's match is just about to start.

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Come on Dycey!

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When on song Dyce can probably beat anyone on the junior tour, puzzlingly his singles form hasn't been too great in the juniors tho apart from junior Wimbledon. He did well in the futures in July, beat a player ranked 600ish but junior results this month have been ordinary for some reason....hopefully he can up things here after a disappointing loss in Canada last week

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John - quite agree with your motto, although England should start with a capital 'E' and there should be an apostrophe in 'she's'. Strange - I'm usually berating people for putting apostrophes where they shouldn't have them!

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Better? lol

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The scoreboard has jumped from 0-0 to 2-1 to the Russian, on serve.

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