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RE: May 2023 British Player of the Month Nominations


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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)


 Sorted and phew - a month with no women nominations would have been very sad! 



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Hey TA - ITF suggests she won a W25 event earlier this year but doesn't have a W60 to her name previously...I have amended it to reflect that but let me know if you think I have got that incorrect (or the ITF dont have it correct, haha)

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No, she won Chiasso W60 in April this year as well as Nottingham W25 also in April. So it is her second W60 title and 15th overall (according to the ITF biggrin )

You might have been looking at the singles, which was W25 Loughborough last year.



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the addict wrote:

No, she won Chiasso W60 in April this year as well as Nottingham W25 also in April. So it is her second W60 title and 15th overall (according to the ITF biggrin )

You might have been looking at the singles, which was W25 Loughborough last year.


 Ah, sorry, I thought Chiasso was this event. I will reedit it.



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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

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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.

9. Eleanor Baglow for reaching the SF in the 15K at Kursumlijska Banja, Serbia with 2 unexpected wins.



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Thanks Strongbow, a first nomination ever for Eleanor, good to see.

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JonH comes home wrote:

Thanks Strongbow, a first nomination ever for Eleanor, good to see.


 Also note that she's a qualifier.



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miriam abc wrote:
JonH comes home wrote:

Thanks Strongbow, a first nomination ever for Eleanor, good to see.


 Also note that she's a qualifier.


 Yes, she also has won five matches here so far, that's pretty impressive.

In fact, of the list as it stands, Ellie would be one of my two top picks - I like the 'they also serve' category. And she is seriously out-performing her profile here, which is what it's all about really

And I'm going to give one to Emily W-S - she's been plugging away this year with no real success - it's lovely that she's made the final (and counting....)



-- Edited by Coup Droit on Saturday 27th of May 2023 07:07:36 AM

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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.

9. Eleanor Baglow - for reaching the SF in the 15K at Kursumlijska Banja, Serbia with 2 unexpected wins (and five wins in total, having come through qualis)

10. Emily Webley-Smith - for making the final of the W40 SLO doubles, age 38, her 17th dubs tournament this year






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Thanks all - so to be a collegiate its about being part of the A team! The womens nominees are a lot e-sier to get on the list !

 

I suspect TA was lining up for the EWS vote. 

maybe some more to come today or tomorrow? 



-- Edited by JonH comes home on Saturday 27th of May 2023 07:25:43 AM

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JonH comes home wrote:

Thanks Strongbow, a first nomination ever for Eleanor, good to see.


 I was waiting to see how far she got before nominating

 



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JonH comes home wrote:

Thanks all - so to be a collegiate its about being part of the A team! The womens nominees are a lot e-sier to get on the list !

 

I suspect TA was lining up for the EWS vote. 

maybe some more to come today or tomorrow? 



-- Edited by JonH comes home on Saturday 27th of May 2023 07:25:43 AM


 Yes, I was waiting on the resuts of the semis to see if Em, Beth and Eden were going to contest the final.



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A number of players on the list may need an updated narrative before vote goes live , so just to keep an eye out.

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JonH comes home wrote:

Thanks all - so to be a collegiate its about being part of the A team! The womens nominees are a lot e-sier to get on the list !

 

I suspect TA was lining up for the EWS vote. 

maybe some more to come today or tomorrow? 



-- Edited by JonH comes home on Saturday 27th of May 2023 07:25:43 AM


 Yes, I was waiting on the resuts of the semis to see if Em, Beth and Eden were going to contest the final.


 Sorry, TA, didn't mean to steal your thunder

But, just to me, Em WS gets one anyway - whereas Eden definitely needs to win and Beth probably too

And Jon has been getting his knickers in a twist () about no female nominations so I thought I'd give his Saturday a kick-start after Strongbow did for Ellie B



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