Found June 18, 2012 on In the Tramlines:
Few players had a better end to their 2011 ATP season than 22-year-old American Donald Young. After years spent floundering under the pressure of sky-high expectations, Young finally broke through during last summer's US Open Series, when he reached the semifinals in Washington and the fourth round of the US Open. He followed up his stellar summer with a finals appearance on the indoor courts of Bangkok, which lifted him to a career-high ranking of 38. At last, after having been dismissed by so many in the tennis world, it seemed Young was destined to cash in on his much-hyped potential, establishing himself as a solid tour player with a chance to crack the top 20, and perhaps reach even greater heights. Young's dream conclusion to the 2011 season has inexplicably given way to a nightmarish 2012. Over halfway through the year, Young has compiled a paltry 2-14 record, suffering his 14th and worst defeat today in Eastbourne, as he bowed out to world #200 Jamie Baker after w...
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