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RE: August 2023 Player of the Month nominations


 


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.

16. Marcus Willis - for reaching his third challenger doubles semi final in the last month, breaking into the top 200 and reaching a new career high.

 


 



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thanks Johnny. 16 now - going to have to keep an eye on this!!

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in case i need them, I have worked out 2 embryonic groups and 3 possible semifinal groups if we get to 21 or more nominations. If it sticks at 20 or below I will keep it as 1 big group!!

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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.

16. Marcus Willis - for reaching his third challenger doubles semi final in the last month, breaking into the top 200 and reaching a new career high.

 


 


 if anyone sees a player worthy of an updated narrative write up, please feel free to go in and edit and repaste the list - just tell us what you have done so we know why and where it was updated. All looks ok to me but I havent been following all the action too closely!  



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3 days left for anyone wanting to nominate, will close Sunday.

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Supposedly 2829 people have visited this forum in the past 24 hours , up 2000 from a day ago. A large number from Singapore it looked like when i looked at the guests.

Watch out for some spamming

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JonH comes home wrote:

Supposedly 2829 people have visited this forum in the past 24 hours , up 2000 from a day ago. A large number from Singapore it looked like when i looked at the guests.

Watch out for some spamming


 Of just interest from Singaporean tennis fans? 



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Coup Droit wrote:
JonH comes home wrote:

Supposedly 2829 people have visited this forum in the past 24 hours , up 2000 from a day ago. A large number from Singapore it looked like when i looked at the guests.

Watch out for some spamming


 Of just interest from Singaporean tennis fans? 


 Would be interesting if thats the case! 



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pretty confident we wont reach more than 20 this month given the numbers left in play, although not got a handle on juniors in action.

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


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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, and then winning the W25 doubles title in Vigo. 

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

16. Marcus Willis - for reaching his third challenger doubles semi final in the last month, breaking into the top 200 and reaching a new career high.

 


 Updated to include Beths win today. 

 



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Thanks JonH - saved me doing it !

Just Anna and Lily left in action amongst the women this week - both due to play today.

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Thanks JonH - saved me doing it !

Just Anna and Lily left in action amongst the women this week - both due to play today.


 Its my new PoMaaS offering - player of the month as a service 



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I can see play is likely to be done either Saturday evening/night or , if Anna gets through to her final, early PM Sunday.

So we will say that Sunday 6 pm is the close for all nominations this month, which should be very comfortable, and I will then post the vote (assuming it is just one round) Sunday evening.

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JonH comes home wrote:

Supposedly 2829 people have visited this forum in the past 24 hours , up 2000 from a day ago. A large number from Singapore it looked like when i looked at the guests.

Watch out for some spamming


 4491 visitors past 24 hours now and the Singapore tennis fans are coming in droves! Seriously, not sure whether the board security is at risk, it doesnt seem normal or a good reason why so many guests would be appearing from one country?



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JonH comes home wrote:
JonH comes home wrote:

Supposedly 2829 people have visited this forum in the past 24 hours , up 2000 from a day ago. A large number from Singapore it looked like when i looked at the guests.

Watch out for some spamming


 4491 visitors past 24 hours now and the Singapore tennis fans are coming in droves! Seriously, not sure whether the board security is at risk, it doesnt seem normal or a good reason why so many guests would be appearing from one country?


 Well, I'm chill about it smile

Not sure what you mean by the 'board security' - it's a public forum and the members' data profiles have practically nothing of any use in there - just email addresses when you register, from recollection. And email addresses are known left, right and centre. 



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