Qualification for the ATP US Open Grand Slam, USA (hard). Once a very perspective and very talented local American will face off against the Taipei’s best player Jason Jung. To have more insights on this ATP Donald Young vs Jason Jung match, please check out the preview below.
30 years old American, who is currently ranked only 198th overall is not the same player he once were considered to become. After reaching 38th spot in the rankings in 2012 season, Young’s results have only got worse and worse. Injuries had a huge impact on it and affected his mentality as well. That led to inconsistency and not finding the rhythm against higher level players. Now Donald mostly competes at the lower-ranked tournaments and sometimes tries his luck at ATP 250 or even ATP 500 tournaments, where he doesn’t go far. This guy has still got a strong forehand and can hit some strong winners, but overall his inconsistency and a lot of unforced errors that he tends to make, doesn’t let him climb back on the rankings.
30 years old, currently 121st ranked player from Taipei has never been the most promising one of the most talented one. He’s always been an average player for ATP 250 and Challenger Series. Jung mostly relies on his playmaking abilities and doesn’t rush anything, but his passive playstyle often leads to simply getting outplayed, especially by higher-ranked players. Anyway, he’s pretty good against lower-ranked players and he’s kinda consistent on such matches as well. Jung has been playing well recently and even reached the final in Vancouver’s challenger, where he lost against Berankis. If he could show something similar tomorrow, Jung might be able to go past Donald Young.
Donald Young vs Jason Jung H2H
These players have played against each other twice. The H2H is even, 1-1.
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