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RE: May 2023 British Player of the Month Nominations


You know what, she might not have got to the final but I think I'll nominate Millie Rajecki [pronounced Rye - eht - ski] because of what she's achieved over the season as well as this month should have recognition.


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

11. Millie Rajecki - for making the SF of the NCAA DI Championships, the first in her college ever to do so - beating the #1 NCAA ranked player along the way - and earning All-American honours in singles. Finishing season GB's #1 ranked NCAA player, college season record of 40-11, smashing her college's previous record for individual wins in a season (33), and 33-12 in doubles

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Nice one Lambda - I did wonder if someone might go for it and that is some write up! Perhaps we need to revisit the other ones , in light of the insight youve given there, haha.

Seriously, nice little list.

Looking back, May has consistently had the worst voting numbers , largely down to clay id say and some people losing interest, quality of candidates. Im hoping this month will be different !

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1. George Loffhagen - for winning the 25k in Notts, against Jule Marie, 150 places higher than him, and reaching the M25 final in Turkey. 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

11. Millie Rajecki - for making the SF of the NCAA DI Championships, the first in her college ever to do so - beating the #1 NCAA ranked player along the way - and earning All-American honours in singles. Finishing season GB's #1 ranked NCAA player, college season record of 40-11, smashing her college's previous record for individual wins in a season (33), and 33-12 in doubles 



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Stuart P, Jamie and Joe S take doubles titles and Lauryn also just won her title ! 



-- Edited by JonH comes home on Saturday 27th of May 2023 01:28:45 PM

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Im wondering are all Brits done now - theres some wheelchair action in Barcelona left I think , but anyone else still playing?

The wheelchair play wont impact nominations, event isnt big enough, so if we are done, Ill post the vote tonight. Ill wait for someone to confirm if Im right or wrong first !

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Just EWS left to play on the women's side - match about to start.

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Just EWS left to play on the women's side - match about to start.


 Cool / we will go for it tonight then 

Lets say 6pm as the close for nominations please 

 



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1. George Loffhagen - for winning the 25k in Notts, against Jule Marie, 150 places higher than him, and reaching the M25 final in Turkey. 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

11. Millie Rajecki - for making the SF of the NCAA DI Championships, the first in her college ever to do so - beating the #1 NCAA ranked player along the way - and earning All-American honours in singles. Finishing season GB's #1 ranked NCAA player, college season record of 40-11, smashing her college's previous record for individual wins in a season (33), and 33-12 in doubles

12. Stuart Parker - for winning back to back M25 doubles titles in the Czech  Republic and the 2nd one without dropping a set all week.



-- Edited by Bob in Spain on Saturday 27th of May 2023 03:46:44 PM

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1. George Loffhagen - for winning the 25k in Notts, against Jule Marie, 150 places higher than him, and reaching the M25 final in Turkey. 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

11. Millie Rajecki - for making the SF of the NCAA DI Championships, the first in her college ever to do so - beating the #1 NCAA ranked player along the way - and earning All-American honours in singles. Finishing season GB's #1 ranked NCAA player, college season record of 40-11, smashing her college's previous record for individual wins in a season (33), and 33-12 in doubles

12. Stuart Parker - for winning back to back M25 doubles titles in the Czech Republic and the 2nd one without dropping a set all week.

13. Mark Ceban - age 14 - winning the title in the first ITF event he's ever played outside the UK (and on clay)

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Haha - ok lets call that a day - 13 was quite a jump from a week ago.

Poll will go up with these 13 sometime this evening

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