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2022 September Player of the Month Nominations Thread


Mercilessly plagiarising DF's post elsewhere - will anyone here get on our radar for this months PoM nominations?

DF wrote:
Fri 23/09

In singles we have:

Emma in Seoul, Dan in Sn Diego, Johannus and Giles in Sweden, Felix in Czech Republic, Jack and Blu in Fayetteville,Jasmine in Sharm,

Marni in Monastir, Hamish in Mexico and Naiktha in Darwin (but lost in her Qf this morning)

and in doubles:

Lloyd in Metz, Scott and James in Serbia, Mark and Dan in Sharm, Julian and Henry and Charles in Columbus, Abigail in Tunisia, Alisha in Ecuador and Hamish in Mexico

Good luck to all

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Might Emma even bother our nominations list for the first time in 12 months as well!!??

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JonH comes home wrote:

Might Emma even bother our nominations list for the first time in 12 months as well!!??


 Hey, she might even one day get a PoM vote from your good self   



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indiana wrote:
JonH comes home wrote:

Might Emma even bother our nominations list for the first time in 12 months as well!!??


 Hey, she might even one day get a PoM vote from your good self   


 You never know, Indy!



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Id actually be more impressed if she comes back and wins this event or a tournament this season than the US win, which might sound strange but would tick a lot of boxes for me.

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just bringing this to the top
nominations 

1. Harriet Dart - for getting her first win against a top 10 player in 7 attempts and also making R2 at the US Open for the first time.

2. Jack Draper - For his excellent win over FAA in straight sets in the US Open and continuing an excellent year

3. Neal Skupski - for reaching US Open final and being live ranked no. 1.

4. Joe Salisbury - for retaining the US Open title and protecting his Nº1 ranking.

5. Stuart Parker - winning the Nonthaburi 3 Challenger, having never previously been in a main draw at that level.

6. Ben Bartram - winning the US Open Junior wheelchair singles and doubles titles, the first ever grand slam titles played for at junior level.

7. Alfie Hewett - winning the US Open singles for his 6th singles grand slam, winning one each season for 6 years.  

8. Katie Swan - reaching her first WTA250 semi-final, which will take her to GB #3 and a new CH of 131 (to be confirmed in the next rankings). Takes her winning streak to 8 consecutive matches

 

 

 



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I have no idea who is left in this weekend, not been able to follow tennis too closely, but to note there is a week from today for September nominations !

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nominations 

1. Harriet Dart - for getting her first win against a top 10 player in 7 attempts and also making R2 at the US Open for the first time.

2. Jack Draper - For his excellent win over FAA in straight sets in the US Open and continuing an excellent year

3. Neal Skupski - for reaching US Open final and being live ranked no. 1.

4. Joe Salisbury - for retaining the US Open title and protecting his Nº1 ranking.

5. Stuart Parker - winning the Nonthaburi 3 Challenger, having never previously been in a main draw at that level.

6. Ben Bartram - winning the US Open Junior wheelchair singles and doubles titles, the first ever grand slam titles played for at junior level.

7. Alfie Hewett - winning the US Open singles for his 6th singles grand slam, winning one each season for 6 years.  

8. Katie Swan - reaching her first WTA250 semi-final, which will take her to GB #3 and a new CH of 131 (to be confirmed in the next rankings). Takes her winning streak to 8 consecutive matches

 9. Freya Christie/Ali Collins for their doubles title at the W80+H at Le  Neubourg



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Thanks Strongbow! I hadnt seen that result, was it this weekend ?

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JonH comes home wrote:

Thanks Strongbow! I hadnt seen that result, was it this weekend ?


 Last weekend.



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I'm nominating Hamish Stewart because I've always liked him and, as I've said ad nauseum, his win against Moutet as a junior at Roehampton was one of my favourite matches ever.
AND, more importantly, really, for the Sept POM, he's just won a 15k title - in doubles - in what I think is only his third ever doubles pro event


1. Harriet Dart - for getting her first win against a top 10 player in 7 attempts and also making R2 at the US Open for the first time.

2. Jack Draper - For his excellent win over FAA in straight sets in the US Open and continuing an excellent year

3. Neal Skupski - for reaching US Open final and being live ranked no. 1.

4. Joe Salisbury - for retaining the US Open title and protecting his Nº1 ranking.

5. Stuart Parker - winning the Nonthaburi 3 Challenger, having never previously been in a main draw at that level.

6. Ben Bartram - winning the US Open Junior wheelchair singles and doubles titles, the first ever grand slam titles played for at junior level.

7. Alfie Hewett - winning the US Open singles for his 6th singles grand slam, winning one each season for 6 years.

8. Katie Swan - reaching her first WTA250 semi-final, which will take her to GB #3 and a new CH of 131 (to be confirmed in the next rankings). Takes her winning streak to 8 consecutive matches

9. Freya Christie/Ali Collins for their doubles title at the W80+H at Le Neubourg

10. Hamish Stewart - winning the Mexico 15k title - in doubles - only his third ever doubles pro event

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Thanks, CD!

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