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Jack breaks into the top-30
Billy is now GB #5, moving ahead of Liam
Arthur Féry moves ahead of Charlie Broom and Ryan P too
Congrats, also, to Peter Alam who enters the rankings at 1534, Toby Martin for knocking on the door to get back inside the top-1000, and Oli Tarvet and Lui Maxted for significant jumps up the board

24th June 2024

Top 300 and all upward movers marking new points

29 (+2) Jack Draper (CH)
44 (-5) Cameron Norrie
61 (-2) Dan Evans

115 (+14) Andy Murray (age 37)
139 (+23) Billy Harris (CH)
146 (+2) Liam Broady
175 (+3) Jan Choinski

217 (+2) Oliver Crawford
243 (+6) Arthur Fery (age 21) (CH)
245 (-10) Charles Broom
237 (-9) Ryan Peniston
271 (+3) Jake Fearnley (CH)
289 (+3) Paul Jubb

646 (+89) Oliver Tarvet (age 20)
953 (+10) Mark Whitehouse

1038 (+347) Toby Martin
1203 (+89) Will Jansen (age 19)
1328 (+387) Lui Maxted (age 20) (CH)
1534 - NEW IN - Peter Alam


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The big news this week is that Billy's meteoric rise carries on And Paul Jubb is back in the GB top-10 and, very nearly, the world top-200

1st July 2024

Top 200 and all upward movers marking new points

28 (+1) Jack Draper (CH)
42 (+2) Cameron Norrie
60 (+1) Dan Evans

113 (+2) Andy Murray (age 37)
116 (+23) Billy Harris (CH)
156 (-10) Liam Broady
174 (=) Jan Choinski

201 (+81) Paul Jubb

310 (+49) Giles Hussey (CH)

539 (+29) Henry Searle (age 18) (CH)
645 (+1) Oliver Tarvet (age 20)

1030 (+354) Matt Summers (CH)
1161 (+42) Will Jansen (age 19)
1239 (+96) Luc Koenig (age 20)
1350 (+83) Oliver Okonkwo (CH)
1676 (+374) Max Benaim (CH)


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Am I correct in thinking that as a WC, Billy will not get the 10 points for a R1 unless he gets a win ? Of course he would then get R2 points.

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Bob in Spain wrote:

Am I correct in thinking that as a WC, Billy will not get the 10 points for a R1 unless he gets a win ? Of course he would then get R2 points.


 Correct. He would drop 16 points as a mandatory 0 replaced his 16 points for reaching the FQR last year.

Let's be getting at least 50 ( net 34) points for reaching R2.



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indiana wrote:
Bob in Spain wrote:

Am I correct in thinking that as a WC, Billy will not get the 10 points for a R1 unless he gets a win ? Of course he would then get R2 points.


 Correct. He would drop 16 points as a mandatory 0 replaced his 16 points for reaching the FQR last year.

Let's be getting at least 50 ( net 34) points for reaching R2.


50 ?  Has that changed ?  I always thought it was 45 for an R1 win in a slam.  Perhaps I missed something.



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Bob in Spain wrote:
indiana wrote:
Bob in Spain wrote:

Am I correct in thinking that as a WC, Billy will not get the 10 points for a R1 unless he gets a win ? Of course he would then get R2 points.


 Correct. He would drop 16 points as a mandatory 0 replaced his 16 points for reaching the FQR last year.

Let's be getting at least 50 ( net 34) points for reaching R2.


50 ?  Has that changed ?  I always thought it was 45 for an R1 win in a slam.  Perhaps I missed something.


 Yes, the ATP singles points have changed this year ( not the doubles ). For Slams it is 10 (for non WCs) / 50 / 100 / 200 / 400 / 800 / 1300 / 2000



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indiana wrote:
Bob in Spain wrote:
indiana wrote:
Bob in Spain wrote:

Am I correct in thinking that as a WC, Billy will not get the 10 points for a R1 unless he gets a win ? Of course he would then get R2 points.


 Correct. He would drop 16 points as a mandatory 0 replaced his 16 points for reaching the FQR last year.

Let's be getting at least 50 ( net 34) points for reaching R2.


50 ?  Has that changed ?  I always thought it was 45 for an R1 win in a slam.  Perhaps I missed something.


 Yes, the ATP singles points have changed this year ( not the doubles ). For Slams it is 10 (for non WCs) / 50 / 100 / 200 / 400 / 800 / 1300 / 2000


 OK.  Thanks.



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Post-Wimbledon, our rankings don't look great - no big jumps as you'd like to see. And both Jan and Liam are now outside the top-200.
Jake Fearnley is the only really star performer in the top end of the rankings, coming in from the hinterlands a few weeks ago to now be closing in on the top-200
Lower down, bravo to Toby Martin for getting back into the top-1000 after a long time away. And to 18 year-old Luca Bluett for his frist ATP ranking

17th July 2024

Top 500 and main upward movers

26 (+2) Jack Draper (CH)
42 (=) Cameron Norrie
58 (+2) Dan Evans

116 (=) Billy Harris (CH)
123 (-10) Andy Murray (age 37)

204 (-3) Paul Jubb
206 (-50) Liam Broady
215 (-41) Jan Choinski
231 (+46) Jacob Fearnley (CH) 
236 (-19) Oliver Crawford
243 (+4) Arthur Féry (CH)
250 (-2) Charlie Broom
268 (+3) Ryan Peniston

306 (+2) Felix Gill
309 (+1) Giles Hussey (CH)
311 (+10) Jay Clarke
355 (+10) Aidan McHugh

443 (-10) Anton Matusevich
464 (+15) Kyle Edmund
486 (+8) Hamish Stewart
491 (-17) Toby Samuel

523 (+16) Henry Searle (age 18) (CH)
543 (+17) Stuart Parker
594 (+24) Alastair Gray
634 (+15) Jack Pinnington Jones
702 (+53) George Loffhagen
978 (+53) Toby Martin

1128 (+38) Oscar Weightman
1192 (+47) Luc Koenig (age 20)

1904 - NEW IN - Luca Bluett (age 18)

 



-- Edited by Coup Droit on Monday 22nd of July 2024 06:57:19 AM

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Jake coming into the top 250 gives us 12 at that level now, a big group of players in that 200/275 range now - going to make the challenger level events interesting for British men watching for the next few months.

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JonH comes home wrote:

Jake coming into the top 250 gives us 12 at that level now, a big group of players in that 200/275 range now - going to make the challenger level events interesting for British men watching for the next few months.


 And we can watch for free! 



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Post Wimbledon Doubles

The big news, obviously , is Henry's rise, to top-20 and GB #2
Charlie Broom & Arthur Féry also helped their causes nicely at Wimbledon
(Congrats to Luka Petrovic, too, for picking up 4 points and getting a ranking)

Top-300 Doubles rankings

15th July 2024

5 (=) Joe Salisbury
17 (+25) Henry Patten
25 (-3) Neal Skupski
34 (-9) Jamie Murray
38 (+1) Julian Cash
41 (+4) Lloyd Glasspool
68 (-1) Luke Johnson

101 (-5) Marcus Willis
143 (+42) Charlie Broom
178 (-2) Scott Duncan
181 (-2) Josh Paris
187 (=) Ben Jones
195 (-3) Cam Norrie

205 (+183) Arthur Féry
213 (+11) David Stevenson
266 (=) Emile Hudd
274 (+2) Jay Clarke








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A particular well done to the two new entrants this week - both interesting players for the future - Hugo Coquelin and Max Basing

22nd July 2024

Top 500 and all upward movers who scored new points

26 (=) Jack Draper (CH)
44 (-4) Cameron Norrie
59 (-1) Dan Evans

114 (+2) Billy Harris (CH)
121 (+2) Andy Murray (age 37)

203 (+1) Paul Jubb
220 (-5) Jan Choinski
221 (-15) Liam Broady
223 (+13) Oliver Crawford
225 (+6) Jacob Fearnley (CH)
241 (+2) Arthur Féry (CH)
252 (-2) Charlie Broom
265 (+3) Ryan Peniston

308 (+1) Giles Hussey (CH)
309 (+2) Jay Clarke
311 (-5) Felix Gill
351 (+4) Aidan McHugh

433 (+10) Anton Matusevich
461 (+3) Kyle Edmund
490 (-4) Hamish Stewart

532 (+11) Stuart Parker
572 (+62) Jack Pinnington Jones
608 (+51) Emile Hudd (CH)
616 (+52) Harry Wendelken
699 (+3) George Loffhagen
954 (+7) Mark Whitehouse

1025 (+15) Matt Summers (CH)
1115 (+15) Dan Little
1144 (+21) Ewen Lumsden

1437 - NEW IN - Hugo Coquelin (age 18) (CH)
1745 - BACK IN - Max Basing (age 21)



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