In touring pro terms that is poor. How much (if any) do you think will be left after expenses?Not that poor. For losing 16 consecutive matches, Young has earned 133,071 US dollars (One of those defeats was unpaid – at the London Olympics). Not bad work if you can get it.
Ryan Sweeting (Delray Beach)Those are all pretty high quality players. I'm surprised that DY has drawn so many decent players in a row with his schedule.
If you don't know Goffin, Darcis , Ryan Sweeting , ... you're not really following tennis at all ..Ryan Sweeting (Delray Beach)
Steve Darcis (Indian Wells)
David Goffin (Miami)
Benoit Paire (Casablanca)
Paul-Henri Mathieu (Monte Carlo)
Thomaz Bellucci (Nice)
Grigor Dimitrov (Roland Garros)
Jamie Baker (Eastbourne)Mikhail Youzhny (Wimbledon)
Michael Russell (Newport)Steve Johnson (Atlanta)Andreas Seppi (Olympics)
Jeremy Chardy (Toronto)
Oh yeah, a very impressive list. 2-3 fairly good players, the other ones are either semi-retired or never made it. I've heard somewhere the highlighted names, but can't associate them with faces for my life sake.
But you haven't factored in the expenses...no wonder Mommy still coaches him...he can't afford anything else.That's actually quite incredible to see. And they say tennis players outside the top 20 are underpaid!
I guess once he starts being unable to qualify for main draws his earning potential will drop off. Surely he won't be getting more wildcards.
And the lucky (or unlucky) qualifier is :drumroll: Jesse Levine.He's been lucky to draw a qualifier at Cincy. Which by no means guarantees him a win though. Chardy, Rochus, Matosevic, Falla, Stakhovsky, Ram, Goffin, Lu, Levine, Jancovicz, Fognini, Dodig, Mayer, and Mathieu all won their first round qualifying matches today.
http://www.winstonsalemopen.com/players/?intloc=headernav He's on the players list for 2012. Another first round loss in the cards?Probably USO... unless he plays Winston-Salem.
Who's gonna win DY or Jesse Levine? This is a match DY should win
It had to happen.That's what was said before Young's last few matches.
21, with Vincent Spadea between October 1999 and June 2000.LOL!!!!! Love it! The record is 19???
Unbelievable how often DY has given the match away during the streak. It's almost like he's trying to beat Spadea!DY up a break at 4-1 in the second.