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Stuart Parker


Live on Bet365 right now. 7-6 *3-2

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Stuart clocks up two more wins:

Stuart Parker WR 809 defeated Tak Khunn Wang (FRA) WR 594 (CH = 265 in February 2014 - he's 28) by 2 & 3

Stuart Parker WR 809 defeated Alexis Musialek (FRA) WR 608 (CH = 255 in July 2015 - he's 32!) by 7-6(8) 6-4

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I'd like to see Stuart going after ranking points now, not sure if others agree.

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JonH comes home wrote:

I'd like to see Stuart going after ranking points now, not sure if others agree.


 I'd certainly like to see him in ranking events. As I said, he has withdrawn from next week's Bucharest M15. 



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Is the money better at the events he is playing, if so maybe he has his eye on the long game, stash as much money as possible this year to give himself an opportunity to play next year without having to pick up other work to fund himself.  It looked to me as though Billy Harris did a similar thing here.  Being able to fund a 6 month stretch on the tour without having to string rackets, do a bit of coaching on the side etc could reap dividends.



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And another one:

Stuart Parker WR 809 defeated Francisco Camesano (ARG) WR 715 (CH = 707 in March) by 3 & 3



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emmsie69 wrote:

Is the money better at the events he is playing, if so maybe he has his eye on the long game, stash as much money as possible this year to give himself an opportunity to play next year without having to pick up other work to fund himself.  It looked to me as though Billy Harris did a similar thing here.  Being able to fund a 6 month stretch on the tour without having to string rackets, do a bit of coaching on the side etc could reap dividends.


 I haven't been able to find out but, yes, that's exactly what I assumed - and, yes, if so, clock up the money while you can and then use it to make a true assault. However, for me, the exhibition results don't really count in the same way.....



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Chazal gets the better of Stuart for the first time in three encounters:

Maxime Chazal (FRA) WR 390 (CH = 234 in March 2016) defeated Stuart Parker WR 809 by 6-4 7-6(5)



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Another one down the pan:

Alexis Gautier (FRA) WR 552 (CH = 544 in February) defeated Stuart Parker WR 809 by 6-4 4-6 [10-3]  hmm



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Stircrazy wrote:

Another one down the pan:

Alexis Gautier (FRA) WR 552 (CH = 544 in February) defeated Stuart Parker WR 809 by 6-4 4-6 [10-3]  hmm


Given Stuart's general recent results and indeed the scoreline here, that maybe deserved a less downbeat introduction?

Lost but he continues to be pleasingly competitive and it will be interesting to see how he translates this form to ITF.



-- Edited by indiana on Sunday 6th of September 2020 01:04:54 PM

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He's just redeemed himself:

Stuart Parker WR 809 defeated Rayane Roumane (FRA) WR 362 (CH = 358 last November)  biggrin



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Does anyone know if these events have a structure that stuart is playing eg a league table or some sort of draw? Or just random matches?

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Stuart Parker has been a revelation and deserves WC to both Queens and Wimbledon


One of the few good stories of the year for British Tennis, this guy has come from nowhere, and doing well at his level.

He deserves grass season wildcards to both Wimbledon and Queens, on the basis that nobody else deserves them-see other candidates below. 

Jay Clarke, had WC before, never done well, and is peaking at challenger level for some time now

James Ward-not sure if he has retired

Choinski- never progressed up rankings

Penniston- never done anything

Klien- same as Choinski

Glasspool.......

Hoyt........



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Well, I'm obviously going to agree with you here, Vandy !

NB Do you mean main draw wildcard to Wimbledon ?!?!

Why not......

But extremely unlikely.....



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I agree. If we are having wildcards we may as well use them. Give one to Liam as well obviously. Would be nice to see Stuart get one, may be very entertaining if he is ambidextrous. If someone like Jack D. is in conversation for one then those at similar rankings ought to be too. Not for this thread, I know, but it feels like a lot of gb women are around the same ranking and there could be a bit of competition for the wc this year.

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