I think he has decided not to waste his time on this forum
I believe it's actually black but comes out looking grey and horrible on tv. They need to factor that in and get rid of it.yes but this isn't really black. it is ugly GRAY. Laver cup has the true black color. This NY people suck and can't make black color apparently
Yea but during Laver cup, their court comes out Black even on TV screen, I mean really black. Why is it that Laver cup can do it and NY open can't ?I believe it's actually black but comes out looking grey and horrible on tv. They need to factor that in and get rid of it.
It just looks better because it says LaverYea but during Laver cup, their court comes out Black even on TV screen, I mean really black. Why is it that Laver cup can do it and NY open can't ?
Congrats on your SF stint in NY. I was rooting for you against Seppi. The Veteran Seppi was too consistent tho. You did good. Better luck next time.
My name's Jason Jung. I'm a Taiwanese-American ATP player currently ranked #211 in the world. I reached my career-high ranking of #194 in April after a few good weeks on the tour (won a Futures and reached my first Challenger final in Leon, Mexico). A friend of mine recently told me about the Tennis Warehouse community and about how the members are really passionate about discussing anything tennis related. He suggested that I join for fun and see if anyone would like to gain some insight into a pro player's life firsthand (also mentioned that Filip Peliwo had a pretty popular AMA thread on here a while ago). Well here I am! Feel free to ask me anything! I'll do my best to respond to as many questions as I can during my downtime. The tour life can get a little lonely at times haha.
A little more background info about myself:
I grew up Torrance, CA, played juniors in SoCal and college tennis at the University of Michigan (Class of 2011). I decided to pursue pro tennis in 2012 and have been working hard to rise up in the rankings ever since. I just got back from playing in the French Open qualies where I won my first round match. The next few weeks, I'll be playing a few grass court challengers in the UK before I head over to Wimbledon to play the qualies and hopefully make it the main draw. Fingers crossed!
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