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2022 Rankings


We now only have one girl and one boy in the top 100 juniors


07/02/22

Top 100 and main upwards movers

BOYS

84 (-3) Matt Rankin

1164 (+260) Thomas Aston ('05)
1563 (+142) Tom Chapman ('06)


GIRLS

43 (-2) Ranah Stoiber ('05)

500 (+21) Jade Cole ('06)
681 (+88) Serena Manca ('07)
1204 (+16) Allegra Korpanec Davies ('07)
1761 (+19) Ashira Murray
2149 (+184) Eloise Newberry ('08)






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14/02/22

Top 100 and main upwards movers

BOYS

85 (-1) Matt Rankin

530 (+19) Jamie Diack ('06)
581 (+10) Kyran Magimay
1092 (+54) Anthony Wright
1113 (+163) Mason Dace

1728 - NEW IN - Enricho Franchi ('07)


GIRLS

45 (-2) Ranah Stoiber ('05)

309 (+22) Sarah Tatu
490 (+10) Jade Cole ('06)

1295 (+110) Anjali Kotecha ('05)
2202 (+150) Artina Gashi ('07)



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With two boys' titles abroad, and the Liverpool J5 title and results, there's some pretty important moves in the boys' junior rankings this week.

21/02/22

Top 100 and main upwards movers

BOYS

86 (-1) Matt Rankin

284 (+111) Freddy Blaydes ('05)
408 (+122) Jamie Diack ('06)

522 (+228) Ben Hudson ('05)
607 (+70) George Russell
640 (+56) Charlie Robertson ('05)
653 (+162) Henry Jefferson ('06)
847 (+155) Luke Hooper ('06)

1011 (+23) Kai-Luca Ampaw ('06)
1047 (+66) Mason Dace
1218 (+83) Luca Bluett ('05)
1251 (+229) Gregor Webster
1324 (+76) Arthur Attrill ('07)
1333 (+632) Joseph Mazingham ('07)

1615 - NEW IN - Cameron Fryer ('05)
1639 - NEW IN - Zak Radziwillowicz
2016 - NEW IN - Max Carrier ('07)

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With a girls' titles abroad, and the Liverpool J5 title and results, there's some pretty important moves in the girls' junior rankings this week. Including three new 2008-ers with rankings now.

46 (-1) Ranah Stoiber ('05)

359 (+80) Ellie Blackford ('06)
480 (+10) Jade Cole ('06)

578 (+206) Given Roach ('05)
712 (+41) Jaquelyn Ogunwale ('05)
767 (+447) Georgina Hays ('06)
833 (+66) Imogen Haddad ('05)
840 (+12) Hannah Read ('06)
855 (+244) Mia Wainwright ('07)
941 (+60) Daniela Piani ('07)

1014 (+75) Maria Ustic ('07)
1049 (+31) Ava Williamson ('06)
1094 (+17) Amelie Brooks ('06)
1236 (+59) Anjali Kotecha ('05)
1406 (+510) Sarah Copley ('07)
1544 (+141) Lucia Cassidy ('06)
1800 (+177) Annalise Smith ('05)
1921 (+211) Fran Simpson ('07)

2283 - NEW IN - Macy Denney-Richards ('07)
2382 - NEW IN - Isabelle Britton ('08)
2382 - NEW IN - Sophia Kovacheva ('08)
2382 - NEW IN - Mika Stojsavljevic ('08)
2523 - NEW IN - Daisy Clifford ('06)
2691 - NEW IN - Hannah Rylatt ('06)



-- Edited by Coup Droit on Monday 21st of February 2022 12:33:59 PM

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CD - you watch and follow the juniors more closely than me for sure! We had Jack PJ and Matilda in decent ranking positions last year, top 20 for Jack, not far off for Matilda. Do you see any of the current crop getting anywhere near those levels this year (and if so, who?) and anyone getting into the slams main draws as of right.

I really dont follow too closely but it seems we perhaps have a temporary gap with few of our players playing just now at that top level of juniors, maybe we will need to wait a little while to see some of the undoubted talent come through and challenge for those junior titles?

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It rather depends what the player want to focus on.

After all, Matilda is still a junior. Jasmine is still a junior. If they both devoted most of their energies to juniors, they would be well ranked (fairly safe assumption). And they may well challenge for junior titles (as in Junior Wimbly) without being amongst the top ranked juniors.

However, if fit, I think Eva, Ranah, Ella, Talia, Isabelle and a few others are definitely top-100 players pretty much now, and Mimi and Hep maybe not far off. Junior rankings are just a stepping stone. They're not that important in and of themselves. And a run in the Grand Slams is fun but, again, not much more than that, IMO.

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Coup Droit wrote:

It rather depends what the player want to focus on.

After all, Matilda is still a junior. Jasmine is still a junior. If they both devoted most of their energies to juniors, they would be well ranked (fairly safe assumption). And they may well challenge for junior titles (as in Junior Wimbly) without being amongst the top ranked juniors.

However, if fit, I think Eva, Ranah, Ella, Talia, Isabelle and a few others are definitely top-100 players pretty much now, and Mimi and Hep maybe not far off. Junior rankings are just a stepping stone. They're not that important in and of themselves. And a run in the Grand Slams is fun but, again, not much more than that, IMO.


 Yep, agreed, that is fair comment. Just curiosity really!



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By the way, Jon, and I'll probably be 100% wrong, but I don't rate the 2004 boys cohort very highly - Matt Rankin, Louis Bowden, Patrick Brady - that top group don't fill me with much confidence for the future. Will Jansen has some skills but again.....

(Phoenix - 2005 - is a different kettle of fish, though).

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Phoenix is the only superstar in the older boys.

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Coup Droit wrote:

By the way, Jon, and I'll probably be 100% wrong, but I don't rate the 2004 boys cohort very highly - Matt Rankin, Louis Bowden, Patrick Brady - that top group don't fill me with much confidence for the future. Will Jansen has some skills but again.....

(Phoenix - 2005 - is a different kettle of fish, though).


 demonstrated in the Baltics again today ! 



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Great news for Phoenix. hope the lta now start to seriously help his journey that was a good win today. 



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With Liverpool, Oslo and the J2, in particular, contributing this week, there are decent moves outside the top-100, if not yet inside.
Phoenix and Patrick are closing in on the top-100.
Young Ben Wan ('07) zooms into the top 500.

28/02/22

Top 100 and main upwards movers

BOYS

87 (-1) Matt Rankin

109 (+14) Patrick Brady
138 (+23) Phoenix Weir ('05)

230 (+54) Freddy Blaydes ('05)
340 (+29) Fabio Nestola ('05)
458 (+126) Ben Gusic Wan ('07)

575 (+32) George Russell
578 (+75) Henry Jefferson ('06)

1004 (+43) Mason Dace
1187 (+31) Luca Bluett ('05)
1282 (+51) Joseph Mazingham ('07)
1489 (+528) Max Carrier ('07)
1581 (+560) Jack Curtis ('05)
1646 (+639) Luke Mcfarlane
1665 (+272) Hugo Cochlin





-- Edited by Coup Droit on Monday 7th of March 2022 01:11:44 PM

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Isabelle zooms into the top-200.
At the higher end, big jumps for Hep, too, Given, and Georgina Hays
And Daniela Piani.
Lower down, welcome Amalia to the top-1000 - our first 2008-er


28/02/22

47 (-1) Ranah Stoiber ('05)

152 (+12) Ella McDonald ('05)
177 (+47) Isabelle Lacy ('06)

388 (+181) Hephzibah Oluwadare ('07)
436 (+143) Given Roach ('05)
468 (+12) Jade Cole ('06)

566 (+201) Georgina Hays ('06)
708 (+234) Daniela Piani ('07)
899 (+115) Maria Ustic ('07)
953 (+91) Amalia Widdowson ('08)
980 (+69) Ava Williamson ('06)

1132 (+63) Alai Rubio Perez
1153 (+29) Vlada Kozak ('06)
1323 (+15) Sofia Thorne ('07)
1551 (+733) Macy Denney-Richards ('07)
1661 (+129) Ashira Murray
1694 (+106) Annalise Smith ('05)
1810 (+111) Fran Simpson ('07)
1874 (+650) Daisy Clifford ('06)
1921 (+770) Hannah Rylatt ('06)
1946 (+42) Dina Lipovski ('07)
2144 (+114) Molly Robinson ('07)





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It would be nice if we could push a few more boys and girls into the top 500 so we can get more direct entries into our home G3s and also give us a nice pyramid for players moving up to seniors. Quite a few of these juniors drop out in their late teens/early 20's.
Especially promoting on the boys side, where it is a lot harder to progress at an early age as size normally matters.

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07/03/22

Top 100 and main upwards movers

BOYS

87 (=) Matt Rankin

1207 (+739) Oliver Bonding ('07)
1402 (+356) Tobey Lock




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