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March 2023 Player of the Month Nominations


This month is a 5 week period and ends when the Miami event ends on April 2nd. 
We already have one nomination, from CD, as per below. Not sure if any more narrative needs adding now, Ive just effectively copied from the February section.

1. Georgina Hays - for beating world ranked 537 Xinxin Yao in ITF QR1 aged 16 years.



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Remember anyone can add nominations at any time in the period. Just take the last list, copy it and add your nominee and a reason why.

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1. Georgina Hays - aged 16 - for beating WTA 537 Xinxin Yao in ITF France 25k, QR1

2. Annabel Hristova - aged 14 - she won the singles AND the doubles in the J60 in Norway. Her first event at this level. Only her 7th ITF tournament ever.

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3. Tamara Kuti - aged 15 - winning the doubles in Senegal J30.



-- Edited by Rich2310 on Friday 3rd of March 2023 08:26:16 PM

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1. Georgina Hays - aged 16 - for beating WTA 537 Xinxin Yao in ITF France 25k, QR1

2. Annabel Hristova - aged 14 - she won the singles AND the doubles in the J60 in Norway. Her first event at this level. Only her 7th ITF tournament ever.

3. Tamara Kuti - aged 15 - winning the doubles in Senegal J60.



-- Edited by indiana on Saturday 4th of March 2023 06:19:29 PM ( changed Senegal from a J30 to a J60 )



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Just putting the list together into one- a very different list and 3 in week 1 as well!

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The Young PoM Contest is shaping up well.



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indiana wrote:

The Young PoM Contest is shaping up well.


 I know no

But Georgina was supposed to be in Feb ! To balance Feb.....that's my defence, gov! 



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indiana wrote:

The Young PoM Contest is shaping up well.


 Id literally never heard of all 3 of them listed so far until they were nominated! Which is refreshingly nice! 



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It's good to see a wide range of different players being nominated alongside the usual top names. Makes it more interesting. Never heard of Hristova. But winning both singles and doubles in her category is well worthy of applause.

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JonH comes home wrote:

1. Georgina Hays - aged 16 - for beating WTA 537 Xinxin Yao in ITF France 25k, QR1

2. Annabel Hristova - aged 14 - she won the singles AND the doubles in the J60 in Norway. Her first event at this level. Only her 7th ITF tournament ever.

3. Tamara Kuti - aged 15 - winning the doubles in Senegal J60.



-- Edited by indiana on Saturday 4th of March 2023 06:19:29 PM ( changed Senegal from a J30 to a J60 )


 4 weeks left in this process all, lots of time - closes 2nd April. 



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JonH comes home wrote:

1. Georgina Hays - aged 16 - for beating WTA 537 Xinxin Yao in ITF France 25k, QR1

2. Annabel Hristova - aged 14 - she won the singles AND the doubles in the J60 in Norway. Her first event at this level. Only her 7th ITF tournament ever.

3. Tamara Kuti - aged 15 - winning the doubles in Senegal J60.



-- Edited by indiana on Saturday 4th of March 2023 06:19:29 PM ( changed Senegal from a J30 to a J60 )


 Bouncing this as we reach business end of week 2 of 5. 



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As we hit the back end of week 2, here are some contenders as per DF's Friday Feeling post

Friday 10/03/2023

In singles this week we have:

Liam in Lugano ATP CH 75

Sonay in Slovakia W60

Eden in India W40

Ben in Canada M25

Emilie in Sharm W15

Portugal has been hit hard by the weather so there was play yesterday and Aiden won but Dan is yet to play

Indian Wells has started. Players will get their 'friday feeling'next week hopefully. Kudos to Katie S who qualified and played in a WTA1000 for the first time.

Emma, Jack and Andy won teir first matches.

In the doubles we have:

Lissey & Liv in Slovakia W60, Eden with Valentin in India W40, Emily with Isabelle in Florida W25 (thanks the A)

Joe with Juan, Scott & Marcus and Ben & Mark in Canada M25

also Sean & Harry, Billy with Akra and Aiden with George yet to play in Portugal M25



There were doubles matches at Indian Wells and Joe and partner fell but everyone else is still there. Early days.



Good luck to all smile

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JonH comes home wrote:

1. Georgina Hays - aged 16 - for beating WTA 537 Xinxin Yao in ITF France 25k, QR1

2. Annabel Hristova - aged 14 - she won the singles AND the doubles in the J60 in Norway. Her first event at this level. Only her 7th ITF tournament ever.

3. Tamara Kuti - aged 15 - winning the doubles in Senegal J60.



-- Edited by indiana on Saturday 4th of March 2023 06:19:29 PM ( changed Senegal from a J30 to a J60 )


 A little bump as titles and big wins come in 



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2 weeks of 5 down, our list is still a small but interestingly fresh looking 3:

1. Georgina Hays - aged 16 - for beating WTA 537 Xinxin Yao in ITF France 25k, QR1

2. Annabel Hristova - aged 14 - she won the singles AND the doubles in the J60 in Norway. Her first event at this level. Only her 7th ITF tournament ever.

3. Tamara Kuti - aged 15 - winning the doubles in Senegal J60.

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