Dimitrov, Harrison, Tomic, Young . . . don't make me laugh. Hype, hype, and more hype. There are three players in the top 20 under 25: Cilic, Delpo, and Raonic. Can you see any of those guys taking a slam in the next four years? Maybe Delpo if he gets a dream draw. Has there ever been a time in tennis like this? Connors, McEnroe, Becker, Edberg, Wilander, Sampras, Courier, Federer, Nadal, Djokovic--all of them had won a slam by the time they turned 22, some of them had won multiple slams before they turned 22. Agassi was 22, but it was his third slam final. The only player to buck this trend (late start winning slams but define a generation) was Lendl--24 in 1984. But again, he it was his fifth slam final. The similarities between him and his charge are just ridiculous. My point is that players that win slams, players that define an era, a generation, make the big push when they're 20, 21, 22. No one is going to be winning slams besides the top four for the next four years. Their numbers are going to get gaudier and more impressive. Tsonga, Delpo, Ferrer, Berdych . . . all of them would need dream draws and lightning in a bottle performances to get a slam, or in Delpo's case, scrounge up another one. The "next generation" are fifteen and sixteen year olds we've never heard of.