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Post Info TOPIC: Ranking progress of the top Brits in 2006


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RE: The battle to be British number one 2006


I agree with all you say Niall (although 5 years might be somewhat excessive... some good choaches coming on the market soon.)

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I have made another update as sadly Greg's slide has continued and he is now British number three.

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Good news for Andy, bad news for Greg. While Andy is pushing his ranking higher Greg is losing points and he has slipped into a battle for British third and fourth spots.



-- Edited by Niall at 23:29, 2006-10-04

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Wondering why this thread is a sticky. There's not much immediate threat to Andy's no.1 spot, and the Boggo / Rusedski battle for 3rd place is not really worthy of stickiness in a 'battlle for no.1' thread is it? i don't have a problem with it being sticky, just idly wondering that's all.

i do like the graphs though... it would be great to see a couple more brits climb high enough to enter the fray.

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I've changed the title of the thread now to ranking progress of the top 4 Brits which is probably more reflective of it's content. I really do like the graphs, Niall is a legend with his spreadsheets. It's really great to be able to see that clearly how well each of the top 4 have progressed over the course of the year

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RE: Ranking progress of the top 4 Brits


I have updated the graph as Henman and Bogdanovic made big gains last week. :thumdsup:



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I have updated the graph to show the progress of our top players in 2006.

I think it would be a good idea to close this thread now and start a new one for 2007 where I think we will see a lot more progress for our younger players as the old guard slip away.



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