Paradorn finally beats top 10 player...

Discussion in 'General Pro Player Discussion' started by VictorS., Feb 16, 2005.

  1. VictorS.

    VictorS. Professional

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    It looks like Srichaphan's work with new coach, TJ Middleton is finally paying off. Srichaphan has so much talent but yet seems so erratic at times. His recent win against Coria is pretty impressive, however it will be interesting to see if he can use this as a momentum builder towards Indian Wells and Miami where there are plenty of points at stake. I think Srichaphan has the talent to be a top 10 player without a doubt and he's an exciting player to watch.
     
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  2. alan-n

    alan-n Professional

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    Yes, some will already say he's overhyped... but he does has qualities and intangibles to give the best in the world a run for their money. If anyone saw the match against Federer where he was going to to toe with Federer.

    Safin was written off by many here that he would never win a Grand Slam again. Funny that in the Houston masters tournament last year when Safin took Federer to the record tie break, you got a sense that Safin was just a turn of the puzzle away from being on top of his game. Its pretty much the same with Paradorn, exept he has a bit more turns of the puzzle to perform to crack away... I wouldn't write him off yet, hopefully TJ will help him crack the puzzle to have him stay on top of his game mentally.
     
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  3. joeman957

    joeman957 Rookie

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    Finally, good job Paradorn. He needs to get back up there in the rankings.
     
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  4. Rickson

    Rickson G.O.A.T.

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    Everybody beats up on Coria. Paradorn should beat Safin or Hewitt.
     
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