Spain has still 12 guys in the top100 the most of all nations (was 15 in 2009 though). however there are basically no young players. all but 3 of the 12 already have been in the top100 in 2009. player, age nadal, 26 ferrer, 30 almagro, 27 verdasco, 28 granollers, 26 lopez, 31 andujar, 26 ramos, 24 garcia-lopez, 29 gimeno-traver, 27 bautista-agut, 24 (never heard his name) ramirez hidalgo, 34 so all of them are in the mid to late 20s, some even over 30. If you look at the juniors it doesn't look better, only one is in the top50 and he is only 38th. however you have to consider that spaniards rarely make a splash at the juniors. even stars like nadal, moya, costa, ferrero did not do a lot at the junior grand slams (why is that?). the spaniards did not win a single junior GS in the last decade but still have a lot of players. however still the future of spanish tennis doesn't really look bright looking at those numbers. spanish tennis really seems to be aging with noo top prospects waiting in the line.