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Old 02-13-2013, 05:11 AM   #50
tennis_pr0
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Originally Posted by hersito View Post
Not trying to be mean or to troll, just watched your video, you play well, but how old are you? Here in argentina you have to be between 15 and 18 to be able to play futures. You play quite well I will say 5 to 6 in your ratings. Here in argentina we have an amateur league from 9 to 1 levels and then the pro tournaments (with futures, challengers and atp tournaments). For what I saw in the video you would probably win the 2nd amateur league no problem and be between the best of the 1st league, but the futures would be a different story, you might be able to win a few games, probably a set but not many chances on a game. I have 2 futures that train every day next to me, one is Argentinean the other one is American they are around 17 years old and I can assure you they would double beagle me and it would be hard for me to get games or sets out of them, can't even dream of wining a match.
I couldnt find many videos of a futures but this one is of 2011 and it played at the club that I play at and its of the winner of the tournament: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CLlq3gsmVLM
I have no idea what the level of futures in USA is, but if its near the argentinenan one you will have a hard time, I wish you all the best and that you win many games and if possible tournaments!
I still have some work in my game to do. I am training as much as I can right now. I have two friends that play in futures, I am a little under their level, but not by much. I would say I'm a half level, USTA rating wise, under them. If I can do it, great, if not, well then I tried! It's just for fun for me.
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