Came across something interesting while working on my latest project. David Ferrer, former world No. 4, and good enough to win more than a third of his lifetime matches against Top 10 opponents, had a career-best ranking of #49 as of his 22nd birthday. Point being, I think a lot of people around here say this-or-that young player will never amount to anything special because they are 20, 21, or 22 and haven't done much. We need to be patient with the young guys more than we are a lot of the time.