ATP Tomorrow prospects’ review
The youngters have disappointed us a bit in 2015. Only Borna Coric, Andrey Rublev and Chung Hyeon have rightly deserved the audience acceptance. It’s evident that the smart Korean has a lot of potential and will make his way in tennis. He has to hone his service play, of course. All other elements are on a very decent level. We guess he can become the highest-ranked Korean in history.
Andrey Rublev has also made a big step forward. At times, his play looks stumbling but no one can deny his talents and big desire to win. Borna Coric was completely worn out and has failed the last portion of the year 2015. The both have still lots of work to do to jump into top 20 but they are the most promising tennis males.
Dotennis team can’t but mention Karen Khachanov who predominantly competes on Challenger circuits, Kyle Edmund representing Great Britain and Elias Ymer from Sweden. While Karen is the most gifted of the three, Edmund and Ymer are very hard-working and get significant support from their local federations. The both are very popular in their countries and have made a big step forward in their professional development and are steadily climbing up the ATP ranking. Generally, the young guns have been making waves all season and it would be entertaining to watch them in 2016.
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