"Everybody puts so much pressure on him - he's just a young kid still and even though he's been around a bit and had some experience, a career is not made on just one or two tournaments or one or two years. "It's made over the lifetime of going out there and grinding it out. "He's got a lot of time to work things out, and I'm sure with the people around him that have his interests at heart, that he'll figure something out to make it possible to get as far as he can. "But everybody says 'Where do you want him to go - top 10, top five?' You can sit an talk about it all you want, but the end result is it's only up to him. "He has to go out and play the kind of tennis that's necessary to win, and if he's willing to dedicate himself and sacrifice, then we'll see just how far he can go."