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BRITISH SUCCESSES 2009 - MEN


As explained near the end of the 2008 thread (and as promised to DJ ages ago!), this year's titles and new career highs in singles and doubles are going to be put directly onto a web page in the stats section of the site at http://www.britishtennis.net/stats.html to act as a permanent and easily accessible roll of honour page for all of the successes in 2009.

I should notice singles titles and new singles career highs automatically when I update the other stats I do, but I would be very grateful if people could report doubles titles and career highs (plus any singles titles and career highs I miss) on this thread.

Small rises in the 5 Jan rankings have already produced 5 new singles career highs for Evo, Jonny Kinsella, Dr No (who celebrated his 20th birthday on New Year's Day), Meatball & the Bishop, while Hutch at no. 42 is the most notable of four new doubles highs.



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GB top 25s (ranks, whereabouts) & stats - http://www.britishtennis.net/stats.html



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Titles
Week 2 - Jamie Baker & Chris Eaton win doubles at Glasgow F1 15k
Week 3 - Richard Bloomfield & Jonny Marray win doubles at Sheffield F2 15k

February 2nd CHs

Singles
195 Joshua Goodall
276 James Ward
456 Daniel Evans
681 Matthew Illingworth
732 Joshua Milton
858 Burnham Arlidge
875 Jonathan Kinsella
901 David Rice
959 Marcus Willis
972 Daniel Smethurst
1134 Kyle Brassington
1197 Nick Cavaday
1384 Neil Pauffley
1564 Paul Bishop

Doubles
27 Jamie Murray
231 Ken Skupski
389 James Ward
785 Joshua Milton
903 Daniel Smethurst
1107 Alexander Ward
1135 Daniel Cox

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Thanks (particularly for reminding me about the doubles titles) - all now added.

I'd noticed the 14 new singles career highs this week - which have got a lot to do with there being a lot less points available in total than there were last year, i.e. you can move up a fair bit without adding any new points this year.

The new ranking system (and the doubling of PTDs from last year) equally means that anyone who has points to defend early this year will find it tough to avoid a disproportionately large drop when they come off even if they do similarly well in the same tournament this year.

-- Edited by steven at 01:03, 2009-02-06

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GB on a shirt, Davis Cup still gleaming, 79 years of hurt, never stopped us dreaming ... 29/11/2015 that dream came true!

GB top 25s (ranks, whereabouts) & stats - http://www.britishtennis.net/stats.html

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