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emmsie69 wrote:

She's playing a W80 next week so it looks like whatever it was, she's now feeling better.


 Thank you



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https://itf-entries.netlify.app/player/800323979
Fabulous resource

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It's taken a while but great that Harriet has finally got a new CH:

As steven says:

"Congratulations to GB no. 4 @harriet_dart, who has taken out her January 2019 career high, moving up 4 places to 120 in the WTA singles rankings - she also jumps 37 places to 162 in doubles as her Midland title points are added "

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Judging by her Instagram stories, Harriet appears to be taking part in the Necker Cup.

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the addict wrote:

Judging by her Instagram stories, Harriet appears to be taking part in the Necker Cup.


 Is this a knockabout with millionaires on holiday?



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Whos played it is a whos who of tennis and celebrity

neckercup.com/pros-celebrities/

Borg, Ed berg, Becker, Clijsters, henin, through Jamie and Dom. People wanting to play can seemingly pay 95k for the privilege or you can pay 55k just to go for a week and watch.

Presumably the players get handsomely rewarded as well.

I know a singer quite well, Grammy winning, and she and her band got paid 300k to go there for a week as entertainment and to watch the tennis Im told.

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JonH comes home wrote:

Whos played it is a whos who of tennis and celebrity

neckercup.com/pros-celebrities/

Borg, Ed berg, Becker, Clijsters, henin, through Jamie and Dom. People wanting to play can seemingly pay 95k for the privilege or you can pay 55k just to go for a week and watch.

Presumably the players get handsomely rewarded as well.

I know a singer quite well, Grammy winning, and she and her band got paid 300k to go there for a week as entertainment and to watch the tennis Im told.


 Could this be Harriet's biggest pay cheque of the year? Sounds like money for old rope for the pros.

 



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In an interview with the Express Harriet says "I have a new team so it's been interesting for me to work on a few things that maybe I haven't addressed so much in the past. But I wouldn't want to give anything away!"

Anyone have any more details on her new team?

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Harriet finished 2021 as GB#3.  Below is some stats on the breakdown of the 616 points that got her position.

So Harriet is one of two players (the other being Katie B) to have no tournament wins contributing to her points tally.  She was runner-up 3 times, so with 3 finals and 0 wins, she perhaps merits being called the unluckiest amongst the Top10. She is another player who has the full set of tournament levels in her counting tournaments. Her counting tournaments came from 6 countries, and with the exception of the Australian Open, her tournaments were pretty much for one side of the Atlantic or the other.   

 

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Following Harriet's amazing wins in Indian Wells, over Svitolina and Kanepi, there's a very good interview with her on WTA, about the meaningless of wins at junior level, the importance of emotional maturity, how to focus, get yourself through rough patches etc. etc:

www.wtatennis.com/news/2535067/british-qualifier-harriet-dart-on-overcoming-difficult-times-to-thriving-in-indian-wells

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Coup Droit wrote:

Following Harriet's amazing wins in Indian Wells, over Svitolina and Kanepi, there's a very good interview with her on WTA, about the meaningless of wins at junior level, the importance of emotional maturity, how to focus, get yourself through rough patches etc. etc:

www.wtatennis.com/news/2535067/british-qualifier-harriet-dart-on-overcoming-difficult-times-to-thriving-in-indian-wells


 Thanks Cd. Really insightful and interesting 



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Coup Droit wrote:

Following Harriet's amazing wins in Indian Wells, over Svitolina and Kanepi, there's a very good interview with her on WTA, about the meaningless of wins at junior level, the importance of emotional maturity, how to focus, get yourself through rough patches etc. etc:

www.wtatennis.com/news/2535067/british-qualifier-harriet-dart-on-overcoming-difficult-times-to-thriving-in-indian-wells


 I wonder if she could still run competitively?



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21/03/22

Harriet (age 25) now officially a top-100 player !!!

WTA 99 (+23)

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-- Edited by Coup Droit on Monday 21st of March 2022 12:36:25 PM

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Coup Droit wrote:

21/03/22

Harriet (age 25) now officially a top-100 player !!!

WTA 99 (+23)


 Congratulations to Harriet on reaching this milestone in her career smile



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Indeed! Very well done and much deserved!

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