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August 2023 Player of the Month nominations


Im rushing around today, but Im hoping someone will add Jan Choinski and Jack PJ at some point, otherwise I will do it tonight ! But hope someone else shares the view they should be added to the list! 



-- Edited by JonH comes home on Sunday 13th of August 2023 12:56:25 PM

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Nominations List: 

1. Andy Murray - for regaining his ATP doubles ranking, by reaching the QF of an ATP 500 quarter final. Also reached last 16 of ATP 1000 singles in Toronto before an injury withdrawal

2. Luke Simkiss - for reaching the final of Roehampton 25k beating players 1000 places higher in the rankings

3. George Houghton - for winning the 25k doubles title at Roehampton AND making the semis in singles, despite being ranked only 1338

4. Giacomo Revelli - for winning the 15k Spain doubles title. He's only 21, is only ranked 1679 in dubs, had never made a final before .....

5. Katy Dunne - for winning the W25 title at Foxhills and working her way back up the rankings after a succesion of injuries.

6. Alfie Hewett - won the singles and doubles titles in the Super Series British Open in Nottingham

7. Dan Evans - Winning his 1st ATP 500 tournament playing sublime Tennis consistently through the week (and apparently the oldest Washington winner since Connors)

8. George Loffhagen - winning M25K - Roehampton, his third ITF title of the season.

9. Ben Jones & James Davis - for winning back-to-back 25k doubles titles in Israel. Two titles in two weeks is always impressive.

10. Jack Pinnington-Jones - unseeded, won just his second M25 ITF singles title with the M25 singles in Roehampton 

11. Jan Choinski - won his second ever challenger title with the Challenger 75 title in Germany, taking out his career high in the process and maybe on his way to the top 100 by season end



-- Edited by JonH comes home on Sunday 13th of August 2023 04:46:56 PM



-- Edited by JonH comes home on Thursday 17th of August 2023 05:55:24 AM

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With 11 nominations at least (Im surprised no one else went for Jan and Jack!?) we could be under threat for surpassing 20 again in the month - if it was a 5 week month, for sure, 4 weeks touch and go although probably we will be safe at 20 or less.

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Second half of the August counting period now, onto another Masters 1000 level event in Cinci, some interesting Challenger level play in North America, ITF's at Aldershot, Junior Nationals at the lower age group levels. Should be interesting before we get onto US Open qualies next week.

Sad Joe didnt get the title in Canada, I think he just fell short of getting on our list from last week's evidence, hope he can build on it with the week in Cinci coming up.

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Mid week now and just a week and a half left in this months Pom nominations period. Closes Sunday 27th august. Just one female nominee so far out of 11 in total!

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JonH comes home wrote:

Nominations List: 

1. Andy Murray - for regaining his ATP doubles ranking, by reaching the QF of an ATP 500 quarter final. Also reached last 16 of ATP 1000 singles in Toronto before an injury withdrawal

2. Luke Simkiss - for reaching the final of Roehampton 25k beating players 1000 places higher in the rankings

3. George Houghton - for winning the 25k doubles title at Roehampton AND making the semis in singles, despite being ranked only 1338

4. Giacomo Revelli - for winning the 15k Spain doubles title. He's only 21, is only ranked 1679 in dubs, had never made a final before .....

5. Katy Dunne - for winning the W25 title at Foxhills and working her way back up the rankings after a succesion of injuries.

6. Alfie Hewett - won the singles and doubles titles in the Super Series British Open in Nottingham

7. Dan Evans - Winning his 1st ATP 500 tournament playing sublime Tennis consistently through the week (and apparently the oldest Washington winner since Connors)

8. George Loffhagen - winning M25K - Roehampton, his third ITF title of the season.

9. Ben Jones & James Davis - for winning back-to-back 25k doubles titles in Israel. Two titles in two weeks is always impressive.

10. Jack Pinnington-Jones - unseeded, won just his second M25 ITF singles title with the M25 singles in Roehampton 

11. Jan Choinski - won his second ever challenger title with the Challenger 75 title in Germany, taking out his career high in the process and maybe on his way to the top 100 by season end



-- Edited by JonH comes home on Sunday 13th of August 2023 04:46:56 PM


 I count jodie in a wta125, 5 men in challengers, 2 men in masters 1000 doubles and a host of players in itf action still this week as we approach the business end. Remember , just 10 days left in this nomination period. 



-- Edited by JonH comes home on Thursday 17th of August 2023 05:54:57 AM

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Busy week 3!

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

1 week and a couple of days for nominations

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Great wins for Ryan, Jamie today and keeping an eye on their progress this weekend, and Katy, Arthur, Henry and Toby amongst others this weekend.

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Katy backing up her previous fox hills week is always good to see!

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JonH comes home wrote:

Nominations List: 

1. Andy Murray - for regaining his ATP doubles ranking, by reaching the QF of an ATP 500 quarter final. Also reached last 16 of ATP 1000 singles in Toronto before an injury withdrawal

2. Luke Simkiss - for reaching the final of Roehampton 25k beating players 1000 places higher in the rankings

3. George Houghton - for winning the 25k doubles title at Roehampton AND making the semis in singles, despite being ranked only 1338

4. Giacomo Revelli - for winning the 15k Spain doubles title. He's only 21, is only ranked 1679 in dubs, had never made a final before .....

5. Katy Dunne - for winning the W25 title at Foxhills and working her way back up the rankings after a succesion of injuries.

6. Alfie Hewett - won the singles and doubles titles in the Super Series British Open in Nottingham

7. Dan Evans - Winning his 1st ATP 500 tournament playing sublime Tennis consistently through the week (and apparently the oldest Washington winner since Connors)

8. George Loffhagen - winning M25K - Roehampton, his third ITF title of the season.

9. Ben Jones & James Davis - for winning back-to-back 25k doubles titles in Israel. Two titles in two weeks is always impressive.

10. Jack Pinnington-Jones - unseeded, won just his second M25 ITF singles title with the M25 singles in Roehampton 

11. Jan Choinski - won his second ever challenger title with the Challenger 75 title in Germany, taking out his career high in the process and maybe on his way to the top 100 by season end

12. Ryan Peniston - for winning his first challenger title at Winnipeg and doing it as an alternative into the draw. Back with a vengeance 

 



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Amazed no one had nominated Ryan !

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JonH comes home wrote:

Amazed no one had nominated Ryan !


 That's because it wasn't many minutes ago - and few of the regulars have logged to see the result !



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JonH comes home wrote:

Amazed no one had nominated Ryan !


 That's because it wasn't many minutes ago - and few of the regulars have logged to see the result !


 Really?! I thought it finished ages ago, Id been out to dinner when it was mid way through the final set and assumed it finished whilst we were out. Id only just checked the result so thought it would have ended ages ago! Haha 



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Nominations List: 

1. Andy Murray - for regaining his ATP doubles ranking, by reaching the QF of an ATP 500 quarter final. Also reached last 16 of ATP 1000 singles in Toronto before an injury withdrawal

2. Luke Simkiss - for reaching the final of Roehampton 25k beating players 1000 places higher in the rankings

3. George Houghton - for winning the 25k doubles title at Roehampton AND making the semis in singles, despite being ranked only 1338

4. Giacomo Revelli - for winning the 15k Spain doubles title. He's only 21, is only ranked 1679 in dubs, had never made a final before .....

5. Katy Dunne - for winning the W25 title at Foxhills and working her way back up the rankings after a succesion of injuries.

6. Alfie Hewett - won the singles and doubles titles in the Super Series British Open in Nottingham

7. Dan Evans - Winning his 1st ATP 500 tournament playing sublime Tennis consistently through the week (and apparently the oldest Washington winner since Connors)

8. George Loffhagen - winning M25K - Roehampton, his third ITF title of the season.

9. Ben Jones & James Davis - for winning back-to-back 25k doubles titles in Israel. Two titles in two weeks is always impressive.

10. Jack Pinnington-Jones - unseeded, won just his second M25 ITF singles title with the M25 singles in Roehampton 

11. Jan Choinski - won his second ever challenger title with the Challenger 75 title in Germany, taking out his career high in the process and maybe on his way to the top 100 by season end

12. Ryan Peniston - for winning his first challenger title at Winnipeg and doing it as an alternative into the draw. Back with a vengeance 

 


 with one week to go after this week, I feel the nominations list is very lop sided - we only have 1 woman in 12 nominations, if anyone thinks we are missing someone - male or female - who on reflection could be here, please add them to the list! I think Jamie Murray could be close with a title tonight, but i am sure there are others, and largely from the womens or juniors events where i certainly have less visibility 

anyone can add names - just quote the last list and add the person and reason below the last player listed ! Simples! Nominations close next Sunday 



-- Edited by JonH comes home on Sunday 20th of August 2023 09:42:53 AM

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Nominations List:

1. Andy Murray - for regaining his ATP doubles ranking, by reaching the QF of an ATP 500 quarter final. Also reached last 16 of ATP 1000 singles in Toronto before an injury withdrawal

2. Luke Simkiss - for reaching the final of Roehampton 25k beating players 1000 places higher in the rankings

3. George Houghton - for winning the 25k doubles title at Roehampton AND making the semis in singles, despite being ranked only 1338

4. Giacomo Revelli - for winning the 15k Spain doubles title. He's only 21, is only ranked 1679 in dubs, had never made a final before .....

5. Katy Dunne - for winning the W25 title at Foxhills and working her way back up the rankings after a succesion of injuries.

6. Alfie Hewett - won the singles and doubles titles in the Super Series British Open in Nottingham

7. Dan Evans - Winning his 1st ATP 500 tournament playing sublime Tennis consistently through the week (and apparently the oldest Washington winner since Connors)

8. George Loffhagen - winning M25K - Roehampton, his third ITF title of the season.

9. Ben Jones & James Davis - for winning back-to-back 25k doubles titles in Israel. Two titles in two weeks is always impressive.

10. Jack Pinnington-Jones - unseeded, won just his second M25 ITF singles title with the M25 singles in Roehampton

11. Jan Choinski - won his second ever challenger title with the Challenger 75 title in Germany, taking out his career high in the process and maybe on his way to the top 100 by season end

12. Ryan Peniston - for winning his first challenger title at Winnipeg and doing it as an alternative into the draw. Back with a vengeance

13.Jodie Burrage - for a great week in the Stanford WTA125, quarter-final in singles and winning the doubles for her bigges title.

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