At the SAP Open next week, I will have the opportunity to hang out with Yeu-Tzuoo (Jimmy) Wang, since I will be interviewing him and writing an article for Goldsea (check out the Kevin Kim article) As of now, I am not yet sure about the format of my article, though I would love to write a lengthy, high-quality articles that incorporate some facts, some opinions and some Q&A, similar to those in Deuce magazine. A little background on Jimmy: at age 20, he is the #2 Asian player in the world, trailing behind the 26-year-old Paradorn Srichaphan. Jimmy is currently ranked #79 in ATP, after scoring his first grandslam victory in Australia, a straight set win over Mariano Zabaleta. Considering that Scrichaphan (26 years old), Hyung-Taik Lee (30 years old), Takao Suzuki (29 years old) might have already past their primes, Jimmy is considered the most promising talent in Asia at the moment. Last year, Jimmy broke into ATP 100 for the first time in his career and improved his year-end ranking for the fifth straight season. Jimmy has been playing predominately challengers and is looking to play full-time ATP circuit this season for the first time. Here are some pictures of Jimmy from the OZ Open: Feel free to ask any question. I will compile a list and personally ask him all the questions and will do my best to incorporate them into my interview.