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May 2023 British Player of the Month Nominations


1. George Loffhagen - for winning the 25k in Notts, against Jule Marie, 150 places higher than him. And for just being back in general !

2. GB Mens Wheelchair Team - for winning the World Cup in Portugal, the first time in 4 years, having been seeded second and being unbeaten all week

3. GB Juniors Wheelchair Team - for winning the World Cup in Portugal, first time since 2013 and after being runners up for the past 3 years. Seeded second .

4. Andy Murray - for winning his first title since 2019 and on clay in a strong field, beating world number 17 Tommy Paul in the final

5. Jay Clarke - for winning the 25k in Italy. Great to see back to winning ways. May it pave the way for onwards and upwards.

6. Luke Johnson - for winning the Challenger doubles in Portugal and taking out his Career High ranking in the process.

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Oh, go on then. Let's have another one.

1. George Loffhagen - for winning the 25k in Notts, against Jule Marie, 150 places higher than him. And for just being back in general !

2. GB Mens Wheelchair Team - for winning the World Cup in Portugal, the first time in 4 years, having been seeded second and being unbeaten all week

3. GB Juniors Wheelchair Team - for winning the World Cup in Portugal, first time since 2013 and after being runners up for the past 3 years. Seeded second .

4. Andy Murray - for winning his first title since 2019 and on clay in a strong field, beating world number 17 Tommy Paul in the final

5. Jay Clarke - for winning the 25k in Italy. Great to see back to winning ways. May it pave the way for onwards and upwards.

6. Luke Johnson - for winning the Challenger doubles in Portugal and taking out his Career High ranking in the process.

7. Lloyd Glasspool - for winning the Bordeaux Challenger 175 title and more importantly, breaking into the Top 10 in the world rankings.

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Bob is on a roll!!

Very mens dominated list this month, all 7 nominees are men...hoping someone comes through this week and makes that change a little!

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Tempted to nominate Liam just for having the audacity to wear that kit at RG wink



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Bob in Spain wrote:

Tempted to nominate Liam just for having the audacity to wear that kit at RG wink


 I'd probably even vote for him if you did biggrin



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Bob in Spain wrote:

Tempted to nominate Liam just for having the audacity to wear that kit at RG wink


 id be even more tempted if he wore it at WImbledon!!! 



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Bob in Spain wrote:

Oh, go on then. Let's have another one.

1. George Loffhagen - for winning the 25k in Notts, against Jule Marie, 150 places higher than him. And for just being back in general !

2. GB Mens Wheelchair Team - for winning the World Cup in Portugal, the first time in 4 years, having been seeded second and being unbeaten all week

3. GB Juniors Wheelchair Team - for winning the World Cup in Portugal, first time since 2013 and after being runners up for the past 3 years. Seeded second .

4. Andy Murray - for winning his first title since 2019 and on clay in a strong field, beating world number 17 Tommy Paul in the final

5. Jay Clarke - for winning the 25k in Italy. Great to see back to winning ways. May it pave the way for onwards and upwards.

6. Luke Johnson - for winning the Challenger doubles in Portugal and taking out his Career High ranking in the process.

7. Lloyd Glasspool - for winning the Bordeaux Challenger 175 title and more importantly, breaking into the Top 10 in the world rankings.


 looking like a more interesting week this week, a good start to FO qualies and Jack D doing impressive things in the ATP tour.



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1. George Loffhagen - for winning the 25k in Notts, against Jule Marie, 150 places higher than him. And for just being back in general !

2. GB Mens Wheelchair Team - for winning the World Cup in Portugal, the first time in 4 years, having been seeded second and being unbeaten all week

3. GB Juniors Wheelchair Team - for winning the World Cup in Portugal, first time since 2013 and after being runners up for the past 3 years. Seeded second .

4. Andy Murray - for winning his first title since 2019 and on clay in a strong field, beating world number 17 Tommy Paul in the final

5. Jay Clarke - for winning the 25k in Italy. Great to see back to winning ways. May it pave the way for onwards and upwards.

6. Luke Johnson - for winning the Challenger doubles in Portugal and taking out his Career High ranking in the process.

7. Lloyd Glasspool - for winning the Bordeaux Challenger 175 title and more importantly, breaking into the Top 10 in the world rankings.


 lots of action this week - remember, anyone can nominate (not just Bob!) - closing date for nominations is this coming Sunday.  



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George going well this week, worth keeping an eye on if his record needs updating at the weekend! I think all others remain as is with no additional achievements since the original nomination?

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JonH comes home wrote:

1. George Loffhagen - for winning the 25k in Notts, against Jule Marie, 150 places higher than him. And for just being back in general !

2. GB Mens Wheelchair Team - for winning the World Cup in Portugal, the first time in 4 years, having been seeded second and being unbeaten all week

3. GB Juniors Wheelchair Team - for winning the World Cup in Portugal, first time since 2013 and after being runners up for the past 3 years. Seeded second .

4. Andy Murray - for winning his first title since 2019 and on clay in a strong field, beating world number 17 Tommy Paul in the final

5. Jay Clarke - for winning the 25k in Italy. Great to see back to winning ways. May it pave the way for onwards and upwards.

6. Luke Johnson - for winning the Challenger doubles in Portugal and taking out his Career High ranking in the process.

7. Lloyd Glasspool - for winning the Bordeaux Challenger 175 title and more importantly, breaking into the Top 10 in the world rankings.


 lots of action this week - remember, anyone can nominate (not just Bob!) - closing date for nominations is this coming Sunday.  


 Today didnt go well and we are not going to get anyone in our list from France qualies - will we have our first ever month with no female nominees at all? That would be a first and a bit of a downer! 



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Maybe college tennis will come to the rescue !

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So, thanks to DF for the weekly round up

britishtennis.activeboard.com/t66034135/who-has-that-friday-feeling/

Nominations for May PoM close Sunday - not sure when yet, depends on who is playing, but for ease, will aim to put up the poll Sunday evening, so let's say nominations to close by 6 pm this Sunday



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Bob in Spain wrote:

Oh, go on then. Let's have another one.

1. George Loffhagen - for winning the 25k in Notts, against Jule Marie, 150 places higher than him. And for just being back in general !

2. GB Mens Wheelchair Team - for winning the World Cup in Portugal, the first time in 4 years, having been seeded second and being unbeaten all week

3. GB Juniors Wheelchair Team - for winning the World Cup in Portugal, first time since 2013 and after being runners up for the past 3 years. Seeded second .

4. Andy Murray - for winning his first title since 2019 and on clay in a strong field, beating world number 17 Tommy Paul in the final

5. Jay Clarke - for winning the 25k in Italy. Great to see back to winning ways. May it pave the way for onwards and upwards.

6. Luke Johnson - for winning the Challenger doubles in Portugal and taking out his Career High ranking in the process.

7. Lloyd Glasspool - for winning the Bordeaux Challenger 175 title and more importantly, breaking into the Top 10 in the world rankings.


 George into the final in Turkey and will need his record updating once that is done, good month for him so far 



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Need to get some women in this vote. First up, Emily Appleton for winning the W60 doubles title in Grado, Italy with Julia Lohoff, her second of the year at this level. (may be another nomination to come tomorrow after the other pairs play).

(Sorry, having trouble with c+p on this phone)

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1. George Loffhagen - for winning the 25k in Notts, against Jule Marie, 150 places higher than him. And for just being back in general !

2. GB Mens Wheelchair Team - for winning the World Cup in Portugal, the first time in 4 years, having been seeded second and being unbeaten all week

3. GB Juniors Wheelchair Team - for winning the World Cup in Portugal, first time since 2013 and after being runners up for the past 3 years. Seeded second .

4. Andy Murray - for winning his first title since 2019 and on clay in a strong field, beating world number 17 Tommy Paul in the final

5. Jay Clarke - for winning the 25k in Italy. Great to see back to winning ways. May it pave the way for onwards and upwards.

6. Luke Johnson - for winning the Challenger doubles in Portugal and taking out his Career High ranking in the process.

7. Lloyd Glasspool - for winning the Bordeaux Challenger 175 title and more importantly, breaking into the Top 10 in the world rankings.

8. Emily Appleton - for winning the W60 doubles title in Grado, Italy with Julia Lohoff, her second of the year at ITF W60 level  

 



-- Edited by JonH comes home on Friday 26th of May 2023 01:50:09 PM



-- Edited by JonH comes home on Friday 26th of May 2023 03:13:01 PM

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