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August 2023 Player of the Month nominations


Thank you TA - Id hoped someone would add Jodie for her title in Stanford!f

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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 biggest title.

14. Beth Grey - for winning the W25 doubles title at Aldershot (her second in four weeks) and also reaching the semis at Roehampton

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(Just addressing the inbalance with lack of women this month - so far, anyway)

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Entering territory where the 20 barrier may be touch and go - will keep an eye out to see if I need to think about two rounds!

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Last week for nominations folks, period ends Sunday this coming weekend. A week I am sure that will be dominated by US Open qualies!

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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 biggest title.

14. Beth Grey - for winning the W25 doubles title at Aldershot (her second in four weeks) and also reaching the semis at Roehampton


 Just a few days for nominations left, reminder we close Sunday at some point to be determined. Dont expect we will get close to the 20 barrier this month , now, so planning just a single vote. 



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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 biggest title.

14. Beth Grey - for winning the W25 doubles title at Aldershot (her second in four weeks) and also reaching the semis at Roehampton

15. Arthur Féry - for winning the singles title at ITF M25 - Aldershot. His second M25 title of the season.

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Thanks Rich !

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How do you type an accent over a a letter as per Arthur Fery surname? on a phone ? Thanks 



-- Edited by JonH comes home on Wednesday 23rd of August 2023 03:17:51 PM

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4 days left for nominations as we hit business end of the final week. 15 so far, good little field and wide open I would say - the US Open qualies still has 3 possibles left in it and other action elsewhere although I get the feeling this weeks activity is a little less than normal at this stage of the week, in terms of British players still in action?

Remember, anyone can nominate - just take the list above and add a player and a reason and job's a good un

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JonH comes home wrote:

How do you type an accent over a a letter as per Arthur Fery surname? on a phone ? Thanks 



-- Edited by JonH comes home on Wednesday 23rd of August 2023 03:17:51 PM


 When I nominated him I just copied and pasted his name. Have no idea otherwise how you do it.



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How do you type an accent over a a letter as per Arthur Fery surname? on a phone ? Thanks 



-- Edited by JonH comes home on Wednesday 23rd of August 2023 03:17:51 PM


 On a phone: 

Press 'e' and hold it down

You'll then see every possible permutation of 'e' you can imagine - I have at least 10 that pop up - then move your finger/cursor to select the one you want 



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Rich2310 wrote:
JonH comes home wrote:

How do you type an accent over a a letter as per Arthur Fery surname? on a phone ? Thanks 



-- Edited by JonH comes home on Wednesday 23rd of August 2023 03:17:51 PM


 When I nominated him I just copied and pasted his name. Have no idea otherwise how you do it.


é - someone told me you press altgr, hold it down and the letter e or a and it pops an accent over it!! I am also told is achieved by altgr and the number 4 at the same time. Hurrah 



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JonH comes home wrote:
Rich2310 wrote:
JonH comes home wrote:

How do you type an accent over a a letter as per Arthur Fery surname? on a phone ? Thanks 



-- Edited by JonH comes home on Wednesday 23rd of August 2023 03:17:51 PM


 When I nominated him I just copied and pasted his name. Have no idea otherwise how you do it.


é - someone told me you press altgr, hold it down and the letter e or a and it pops an accent over it!! I am also told is achieved by altgr and the number 4 at the same time. Hurrah 


 Hey so it does. That's me learning something new today lol



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Rich2310 wrote:
JonH comes home wrote:
Rich2310 wrote:
JonH comes home wrote:

How do you type an accent over a a letter as per Arthur Fery surname? on a phone ? Thanks 



-- Edited by JonH comes home on Wednesday 23rd of August 2023 03:17:51 PM


 When I nominated him I just copied and pasted his name. Have no idea otherwise how you do it.


é - someone told me you press altgr, hold it down and the letter e or a and it pops an accent over it!! I am also told is achieved by altgr and the number 4 at the same time. Hurrah 


 Hey so it does. That's me learning something new today lol


 Sorry, I meant to say the euro sign is achieved by altgr and 4 but not sure this site supports the euro??



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