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Old 02-01-2013, 07:09 AM   #36
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Originally Posted by ClarkC View Post
In that case, TRN is already doing what you want. Instead of having two-year groupings, like the USTA rankings, they have graduating year groupings: the 2013s, the 2014s, etc.
As a poster pointed out yesterday, a junior under TRN may be a 15-17 yr old. Actually I know a blue chip junior will turn 18 in about 2 months; another 4 star sophomore will turn 17 next month.

Has anybody noticed that Henrik Wiersholm recently changed his TRN status to junior? He is 15 and won't turn 16 until like September. This kid has a really good potential to be top 50 ATP.
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