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RE: Paul Jubb


What's the difference between "grey shirt" and "red shirt" confuse

Looked at the college site - Paul seems to be doing well smile



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Red shirt generally means the coaches do not feel you are strong enough to contribute to the team as a freshman so they dont declare you as a player for that year (red shirt is the term used to describe such a player) a player can only play in the team for 4 yrs but many are in college for five so essentially it means you could play as a 5 th year senior.

If a player gets injured badly at any point the team can grey shirt the player ie. they take a year off tennis to recover/rehab but continue at college without loosing any eligibility. Again they can then play as a fifth year senior.

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Red shirt is tactical, grey shirt is medical.

Assuming tennis is like football (hand-egg?) you can redshirt any year, not just the first.

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Many thanks for the info "guys"  smile

  



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https://game****sonline.com/news/2019/4/30/mens-tennis-jubb-earns-no-5-seed-in-ncaa-singles-championship.aspx

More news regarding Paul.



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Nix wrote:

https://game****sonline.com/news/2019/4/30/mens-tennis-jubb-earns-no-5-seed-in-ncaa-singles-championship.aspx

More news regarding Paul.


 Apologies , despite knowing last week my old brain has forgotten this website name - any hints ?! 



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thinks of hens, roosters and c*ckerels

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Coup Droit wrote:

thinks of hens, roosters and c*ckerels


 Ha ! Cheers 



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Nix wrote:

https://game****sonline.com/news/2019/4/30/mens-tennis-jubb-earns-no-5-seed-in-ncaa-singles-championship.aspx

More news regarding Paul.


 I really have no idea what level a top 5 seed is at ATP ranking wise, equivalent.  Given Paul reached mid 700s last season following his results on clay , would you say this places him higher?



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It will have improved him, the top 10 college players are good 25k/challenger level and he knows them well, his conference is the strongest and the out of conference scheduled bigs out adjacent power conference programmes. Eden Richardson is getting similar experience st LSU.

He has progressed in the way Cam did but from a much lower level at entry likely due to relative lack of opportunity. Definitely he will be at that 25k challenger interface he is still young and could not have got there without college tennis it will be fascinating to see how he does in the pro game with the change in focus of the USTA now taking the college pathway seriously if American this would open many opportunities

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I seriously hope the LTA is paying attention and it will open opportunities for him as a British player too. His is a great story.

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JonH wrote:
Nix wrote:

https://game****sonline.com/news/2019/4/30/mens-tennis-jubb-earns-no-5-seed-in-ncaa-singles-championship.aspx

More news regarding Paul.


 Apologies , despite knowing last week my old brain has forgotten this website name - any hints ?! 


Not sure whether the list of banned words is managed by our mods or is done directly by active board, but surely there is a simple solution to "inadvertent banning" like this. Instead of banning the word "c*ck", ban "space c*ck space".  That way, when someone tries to use the word on its own and in its more "colourful" interpretation, it remains blocked, but when that sequence of letters is used in a longer word it is accepted.



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My understanding is that this is activeboard and nothing to do with our mods.

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Michael D wrote:

My understanding is that this is activeboard and nothing to do with our mods.


I did suspect that.  Thanks.



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Bob in Spain wrote:
Michael D wrote:

My understanding is that this is activeboard and nothing to do with omods.


I did suspect that.  Thanks.


Definitely the prudes responsible for managing/administering (?) Activeboard.  Nowt to do with us.  One way round the problem is to preview the post & if the suspect words comes up with an asterisk inserted, substitute similar-looking numbers for the offending letters, e.g. "0" of "o" or "1" for "i".  Then, at least you get something approaching the original word.  wink



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