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RE: Top 500


Women's WR for the w/c 23rd Aug, including last week's delayed data.  In single's, Maia WR this week of 500 means she squeaks into the Top500.  And although its doesn't change the overall numbers, Emma makes it to UK#3.

In doubles, it's pretty much a holding pattern. The most noticable move is Freya's leap of 39 places.

WS WR 21-08-23.JPG     WD WR 2021-08-23.JPG



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Men's WR for the w/c 23rd Aug.

In single's, Jay continues to inch back towards the Top 200. 

There is a bit more movement in the doubles. Much like Maia in women's singles, Alastair Gray, creeps into the Top500, while Jonathan Binding and Arthur Fery are the newest additions to the Top750 club.  Going in the opposite direction is Andy, who just manages to cling inside the Top 200.  

MS WR 2021-08-23.JPG      MD WR 2021-08-23.JPG



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So since it's the end of the month, thought it would interesting to summarise who had a good month in ranking terms. Hopefully the graphs aren't too small/fuzzy to make it out. The bigger the graphs are, the fuzzier they seem to become cry

The gain is calculated as the difference between the last weekly ranking for this month vs the last weekly ranking for the previous month.  

Up first women singles.  So its probably no surprise that Emma tops the list of ranking gains (+36).  Jodie (+23) and Tara (+23) had a good month too, but second place goes to Alice Gillan, who although not ranked high enough to appear in the left hand graph, places as runner-up in the monthly gains with +34. 

In terms of the groups, EWS and Maia account for the drop of 2, in the number inside the Top 500.

WS WR 2021-08-30.JPG

In the doubles, Ali Collins makes the most gains.  Again she is starting from a low level (which makes gains (or losses) easier to achieve), but still kudos to her. Emilie makes runner up with a +147.

Emilies surge accounts for the extra person in the Top750,  while Emily Arbuthnott climbs back into the Top 600 this week, which is perfect timing for her to get 3rd in the gain chart.

WD WR 2021-08-30.JPG



-- Edited by Aberdaberdonian on Tuesday 31st of August 2021 08:47:55 PM - wrong Ali given the top gain in the doubles, d'oh! it's Collins, not Gillan.



-- Edited by Aberdaberdonian on Tuesday 31st of August 2021 08:49:52 PM

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Here's the corresponding graphs for the blokes. 

In singles, there is a clear winner in the gain stakes - Giles Hussey, although his 218 climb does only equate to a grand total of 2 extra points. biggrin  Of those in the 'upper echelon', Aidan ranks highest with a +52 gain which gets him 4th place in the chart. (FYI, Aidan's +52 rank gain was a result of accumulating net +22 points. A case of perhaps not all points being created equal smile).

In terms of the groups, it was a boring week.  No change.

MS WR 2021-08-30.JPG

 

In doubles, we have another unusual name taking first place in the gain chart, Charles Broom, who's +206 has taken him inside the Top1000.  Cam's +40 and Joe's +3, although not seemingly as impressive, came as a result of much more points  (270 and 460 points respectively).  Hmm, maybe, a net points gain graph is needed... hmm 

Anyway in terms of groups, Alastair Gray drops out of the Top 500 and Arthur Frey drops back out of the Top 750 (despite his overall +94 gain for the month).

 

MD WR 2021-08-30.png

 



-- Edited by Aberdaberdonian on Tuesday 31st of August 2021 08:19:11 PM to correct double's graph



-- Edited by Aberdaberdonian on Tuesday 31st of August 2021 08:20:02 PM

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I see Paul Jubbs title will take him to a new career high, just outside top 400 but good to see. Hes our 12 highest male now.

Does anyone have any idea re our 13 and 14 players, Jan Choinski and Brydan Klein? Any idea what they are doing, any play or intent to play that we know of?

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13/09/21

Just a quick comparison on some countries with their number of players in top 500 (and population sizes):

GB (67m) - 14

Australia (26m) - 23
France (65m) - 45
Germany (83m) - 29
Italy (60m) - 37
Japan (126m) - 15
Spain (47m) - 32
USA (332m) - 48


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JonH comes home wrote:

I see Paul Jubbs title will take him to a new career high, just outside top 400 but good to see. Hes our 12 highest male now.

Does anyone have any idea re our 13 and 14 players, Jan Choinski and Brydan Klein? Any idea what they are doing, any play or intent to play that we know of?


 Jan - posted in Aug thanking a physio/osteo in Germany (insta) 

Brydan -  was coaching and managing an 11's state team in Aus in June. Event was sadly cancelled due to covid. Seems not to be travelling outside of Aus (info also from Instagram)

 



-- Edited by flamingowings on Monday 13th of September 2021 08:38:31 AM

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flamingowings wrote:
JonH comes home wrote:

I see Paul Jubbs title will take him to a new career high, just outside top 400 but good to see. Hes our 12 highest male now.

Does anyone have any idea re our 13 and 14 players, Jan Choinski and Brydan Klein? Any idea what they are doing, any play or intent to play that we know of?


 Jan - posted in Aug thanking a physio/osteo in Germany (insta) 

Brydan -  was coaching and managing an 11's state team in Aus in June. Event was sadly cancelled due to covid. Seems not to be travelling outside of Aus (info also from Instagram)

 



-- Edited by flamingowings on Monday 13th of September 2021 08:38:31 AM


 thanks FW - I saw they both last played early in 2021, Jan in a couple of events in Russia at M15 level, Brydan in an Aussie UTR event, but both did ok. I hope they can get back to fitness/tour/travelling at some stage and give it a go



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Ding, ding, all change!! biggrin

So women's WR for w/c 13th Sep....  So not bothering with becoming GB#2, Emma's leapfrogs straight into pole position with her historic win at the US Open.  For the first time in forever (does anyone know?smile) Jo is no longer GB#1.  She is not even #2 as Heather holds firm by dint of dropping less points.  In any other week, Sarah-Beth, would take the plaudits, for her jump into the Top500.  Note:  (the WTA website has revised some rankings from the 30th Aug, and particularly Beth's). Emilie drops out of the Top750.

In doubles, EWS drops out of the Top200, while the Pitaks drop out of the Top750.  Like in the singles, some of the previous week's rankings have changed, with again Beth being impacted the most.  So belated congrats to Beth for her climb up the rankings two weeks ago. smile

WS WR 2021-09-13.PNG      WD WR 2021-09-13.PNG

   

 



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Love these graphs, keep it up !

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Cheers addict.

The men's charts for w/c 13th Sep. 

Nothing quite as significant as the women. However, thanks to his performance in the US open, for the first time in a long time, Dan eeks out a bit of space between himself and Cam at the top of the singles. Both James and Evan suffer some noticable drops, with Evan accounting for the '-1' in the Top600 group. 

In doubles, as noted by CD elsewhere, the noticable changes are in the opposite direction. smile  Alastair's jump takes him into the Top500 again, Mark continues his bounce back, while lower down Jonathan Binding and Arthur Fery claim their places in the Top700 and Top750 respectively. 

MS WR 2021-09-13.PNGMD WR 2021-09-13.PNG




-- Edited by Aberdaberdonian on Tuesday 14th of September 2021 08:06:43 PM

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Women's WR for w/c 20 Sep.

No big changes this change in singles.  Jo continues to shed ranking positions, while Freya's slight drop in rankings is enough to push her out of the Top750.   In doubles, Beth climbs back into the Top200, while Alicia continues to build on her recent climb up the rankings, with her gain of almost 40 positions this week, mirrored by Olivia. Anna accounts from the -1 in the Top600. 

WS WR 2021-09-20.PNG   WD WR 2021-09-20.PNG

 



-- Edited by Aberdaberdonian on Tuesday 21st of September 2021 08:11:21 PM

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Men's WR for w/c 20th Sep.

In singles, Jay's back into the Top200 while Ryan and Paul make further advances towards a top 300 and top 400 ranking respectively. Arthur makes the biggest jump this week and with it gets himself into the Top750.

Arthur also continues his impressive upward trajectory in doubles. Jonathan Binding also had a good week.  And kudos to Joe who's now WR3.

MS WR 2021-09-20.PNG  MD WR 2021-09-20.PNG



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So as this is the last week in Sep for rankings, a summary of the month.  If anything looks iffy let me know, it'll probably be down to some number blindness by me.smile  Note: The dotted line represents the "start" of the month.

In Women's singles, there clearly is only one story.  Emma's US Open win means she takes the plaudits for biggest jump in ranking and biggest gain in points. The gulf in points between Emma and the rest means i think we can probably expect her to be the GB#1 for at least the next 12 months.

Matilda's end of month performances in South Africa propels into the Top750 for the first time, and with a net gain of 107 places in September a commendable 2nd place.

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Corresponding end of month graph for Women's doubles. Alicia and Olivia, take 1st and 2nd places for both ranking positions and point gains. Beth's 13 points gain just wasn't quite enough to keep her in the Top200 at the end of the month. 

WD WR 2021-09-27.PNG



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