Article Written By: Nicholas Djordjevic
With the 2013 ATP season in the books as arguably one of the most biased seasons in recent times, 2014 is looking to be loaded with potential up-and-coming stand outs. For the majority of the past decade, the top 10, and more often than not top 5 rankings, heavily dominated the circuit with big hitters like Federer, Nadal and Roddick (Ret. 2013) making quick work of first rounders and taking out tournament after tournament.
But is the elitist realm of the tennis world truly an impenetrable fortress of pure talent and non-stop success?
Jerzy Janowicz, a 23 year old Polish national, is paving the way for the more lowly ranked players to make a lot of noise in 2014. Last year, Janowicz became the 1st player from his country to finish in a Top 25 since Wojtek Fibak gained the No. 22 ranking in 1982…
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