Members Login
Username 
 
Password 
    Remember Me  
Post Info TOPIC: Jack Draper


Tennis legend

Status: Offline
Posts: 36085
Date:
Jack Draper


This is nice to look at for Jack (and Britain)

- most match wins (JD with 17)
- most titles (JD with 3)
- most nations titles (GB with 3 but Paul also added overnight so in fact it is now 4)

https://www.atptour.com/-/media/files/rankings-and-stats/atp-challenger-tour-media-guide.pdf



-- Edited by JonH comes home on Monday 28th of March 2022 09:51:36 AM

__________________


Social player

Status: Offline
Posts: 37
Date:

Jack has won another challenger! Hes now up to 124, ahead of Liam!

__________________
Vanessajhughes


Junior player

Status: Offline
Posts: 58
Date:

What a year he is having . Youngest brit too ever win 4 Challengers . Hes playing the Split Challenger in Croatia next on his schedule.

Holding out hope that will be his last Challenger .

__________________


Tennis legend

Status: Offline
Posts: 36085
Date:

chocandlolly wrote:

What a year he is having . Youngest brit too ever win 4 Challengers . Hes playing the Split Challenger in Croatia next on his schedule.

Holding out hope that will be his last Challenger .


 It wont be - hes in the Rome challenger the following week as well, now. Hes second ranked player in both fields. I think challengers just now for clay is fine, he needs to learn the surface and better doing it a level down than at atp tour level. 
 He Will be top 100 post Wimbledon , so we will then see him at tour level through the US swing as well as on the grass. 



__________________


Tennis legend

Status: Offline
Posts: 52634
Date:

Quite interesting article:

www.eurosport.co.uk/tennis/jack-draper-s-coach-james-trotman-reflects-on-phenomenal-start-to-year-on-challenger-tour-and-improv_sto8876037/story.shtml

__________________


ATP level

Status: Offline
Posts: 3225
Date:

Coup Droit wrote:

Quite interesting article:

www.eurosport.co.uk/tennis/jack-draper-s-coach-james-trotman-reflects-on-phenomenal-start-to-year-on-challenger-tour-and-improv_sto8876037/story.shtml


 Interesting that one of the main focuses is building a body that is less prone to injury. 



__________________
Nix


Futures qualifying

Status: Online
Posts: 1731
Date:

Coup Droit wrote:

Quite interesting article:

www.eurosport.co.uk/tennis/jack-draper-s-coach-james-trotman-reflects-on-phenomenal-start-to-year-on-challenger-tour-and-improv_sto8876037/story.shtml


 Really liked his coach's comments. He seems to have both a short term and a long term strategy for Jack's progress, and balances all the elements: s&c, match play, resilience and the mental side of the game. 

It did seem that Jack's niggling injuries were hampering his progress and that they're addressing this. 

Very encouraging. 



-- Edited by Nix on Wednesday 13th of April 2022 08:10:07 AM

__________________
Jan


Hall of fame

Status: Offline
Posts: 7642
Date:

Thanks, that was an interesting read.

__________________


Tennis legend

Status: Offline
Posts: 36085
Date:

Jack is out of Split next week as commented elsewhere - is he injured again or just prepping longer ?

__________________


Futures level

Status: Offline
Posts: 1866
Date:

The article suggests he's playing Madrid the following week so maybe going to Spain early to prep.

__________________


Tennis legend

Status: Offline
Posts: 36085
Date:

Possibly , but his current schedule shows him in Rome CHallenger still week after Split and then he is down for Madrid main draw but way down the alt list

www.dartsrankings.com/tennis/schedules/jack-draper



__________________


Futures level

Status: Offline
Posts: 1866
Date:

Yes but Tiriac sold Madrid to IMG last year so I suspect Jack has a WC.

__________________


Tennis legend

Status: Offline
Posts: 36085
Date:

LordBrownof wrote:

Yes but Tiriac sold Madrid to IMG last year so I suspect Jack has a WC.


 Oh, ok, had missed Madrid going to IMG (or forgotten). Cool. 



__________________
GBJ


Club Coach

Status: Offline
Posts: 738
Date:

LordBrownof wrote:

The article suggests he's playing Madrid the following week so maybe going to Spain early to prep.


 I would have thought that a bit of challenger level practice would have been the best prep given his lack of recent matches on clay. Tour level seems a tough way find your feet. Would love him to prove me wrong though



__________________


All-time great

Status: Offline
Posts: 5404
Date:

GBJ wrote:
LordBrownof wrote:

The article suggests he's playing Madrid the following week so maybe going to Spain early to prep.


 I would have thought that a bit of challenger level practice would have been the best prep given his lack of recent matches on clay. Tour level seems a tough way find your feet. Would love him to prove me wrong though


 Well yes....but it would be difficult to turn down a WC opportunity when your management company owns the tournament. 

There was the same discussion last year when Emma got a WC into San Diego? and that had ties to her management company or something. 



__________________
«First  <  16 7 8 9 1014  >  Last»  | Page of 14  sorted by
 
Quick Reply

Please log in to post quick replies.

Tweet this page Post to Digg Post to Del.icio.us


Create your own FREE Forum
Report Abuse
Powered by ActiveBoard