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Andy Murray's management company have added Jack to their books

I didn't realise Paul Jubb and Harriet were also signed up as well as Aidan and Katie S.



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There is a recent article on the ITF website which I have linked to in the Juniors section, but the benefit of those who may not see it there - here it is



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I set my goals at the beginning of the year to do well in the Junior Grand Slams and I feel this is one of my best chances, if not my best chance, to do that, Pinnington Jones told itftennis.com.

Didnt quite work to plan

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01/11/21: A shout out to Jack Pinnington Jones - born 2003, still a junior at age 18, now ATP 757, a CH. Playing some excellent tennis, having taken the title in Turkey, 15k, in mid-October.

ADD: 08/11/ 21 - 741 (+16) Jack Pinnington Jones (age 18) (CH)



-- Edited by Coup Droit on Monday 8th of November 2021 09:45:40 AM

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Congrats to Jack PJ (2003):

Greece 15k: Final: Jack Pinnington Jones WR 739 beat (Q) Nicholas David Ionel (ROU) WR 458 7-6(3) 6-1

ADD: as of 6th Dec. 2021, this took Jack's ranking up to ATP 658 (+85) 



-- Edited by Coup Droit on Monday 6th of December 2021 09:30:36 AM

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Going very well for Jack after a seemingly slowish initial transition to senior ITFs.

His latest title looks likely to take him up into the 650s in the rankings and into the U19 top 10.



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Noticed Jack is entered in a few challengers. Way down on the alt list but lots of ambition which I love to see

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Is he injured? I haven't seen him anywhere on grass yet.

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LordBrownof wrote:

Is he injured? I haven't seen him anywhere on grass yet.


 Was just wondering this, assuming so if he isn't even popping up elsewhere



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He was playing on clay in Italy a few weeks ago - lost in qualifying in week 20 challenger

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Yes, but no show on grass.

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Pretty sure he must be injured otherwise he would've almost certainly got a qWC.

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Latest news on twitter is that he has signed to TCU Mens team for fall 2022.
He was signed up to Andy Murray's 77 Sports Management company last year so unsure what that means for his NCAA eligibility , but they tend to sort these things out anyway.


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cya wrote:

Latest news on twitter is that he has signed to TCU Mens team for fall 2022.
He was signed up to Andy Murray's 77 Sports Management company last year so unsure what that means for his NCAA eligibility , but they tend to sort these things out anyway.


 NIL rights issues have caused a huge upheaval in US colleges, and as a result pretty much all their student athletes now have agents.



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cya wrote:

Latest news on twitter is that he has signed to TCU Mens team for fall 2022.
He was signed up to Andy Murray's 77 Sports Management company last year so unsure what that means for his NCAA eligibility , but they tend to sort these things out anyway.


 Pretty sure NCAA athletes are now allowed endorsement deals etc.. So being part of an agency shouldn't be a problem. Taking too much prize money would. 
I think it depends on a state to state situation though. But I know one of the Miami colleges anyone on the football roster got an endorsement form a local gym worth $500 dollars a month.



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