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Vote from the list below [34 vote(s)]

Andy Murray
0.0%
Luke Simkiss
0.0%
George Houghton
0.0%
Giacomo Revelli
0.0%
Katy Dunne
14.7%
Alfie Hewett
0.0%
Dan Evans
35.3%
George Loffhagen
0.0%
Ben Jones and James Davis
0.0%
Jack Pinnington-Jones
0.0%
Jan Choinski
2.9%
Ryan Peniston
11.8%
Jodie Burrage
0.0%
Beth Grey
2.9%
Arthur Fery
0.0%
Marcus Willis
0.0%
Lily Miyazaki
32.4%


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August 2023 Player of the Month Vote


Here we go with the august vote for player of the month. 

vote for who you think is most deserving from the list below. The vote will close Tuesday morning 29th august at 9am. 

and please remember to tell folks who you vote for any why ! 

 

ps my phone is doing funny things with formatting so apologies that the font below is larger!

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.

17 - Lily Miyazaki - an excellent three wins to get through US Open qualis and make the main draw 



-- Edited by JonH comes home on Sunday 27th of August 2023 12:52:48 PM



-- Edited by JonH comes home on Monday 28th of August 2023 02:19:03 PM

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If anyone can edit my font sizes, please go ahead, it made the players large for some reason when cutting from the nominations list

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My vote is between one of 4 players- Evo, Jan C, Ryan P, and Lily. None of them have done that much outside of the big performance they got nominated for. And all those performances have been marvellous.

But the performance that maybe stands out for me, and got me most excited, was Evo winning in Washington, so my vote goes to Evo.

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It's between Evo and Lily for me.
Will ponder!

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Jan wrote:

It's between Evo and Lily for me.
Will ponder!


 I think it will be very close between a number of players ! 



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Lily for me. Excited to cheer her on live tomorrow!

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Remember anyone can vote so long as they are a member of the forum. Its not a closed shop!

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Ms Hunter Dunne for me.

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christ wrote:

Ms Hunter Dunne for me.


 Hunter?! Tell more, thats a new name on me! 



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JonH comes home wrote:
christ wrote:

Ms Hunter Dunne for me.


 Hunter?! Tell more, thats a new name on me! 


Sorry - my head plays tennis-elbow-hand game with me.

 https://poetryarchive.org/poem/subalterns-love-song/



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christ wrote:
JonH comes home wrote:
christ wrote:

Ms Hunter Dunne for me.


 Hunter?! Tell more, thats a new name on me! 


Sorry - my head plays tennis-elbow-hand game with me.

 https://poetryarchive.org/poem/subalterns-love-song/


 A bit too high brow for me Im afraid ! But nice poem! 



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Dan for me, winning recent tournament. I know the rules for what is august and then us open MD is sept but just seems odd to vote on us open quali performance when a player is still in MD and may have a run in that.

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Has to be Dan for me. Finally getting that first ATP title.

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Spireman wrote:

Dan for me, winning recent tournament. I know the rules for what is august and then us open MD is sept but just seems odd to vote on us open quali performance when a player is still in MD and may have a run in that.


 Yeah - for most normal events, tour or itf, of course the qualies and main draws will be part of the same month in terms of the voting. We batted around the slam qualies a couple of times a year or two back and decided they had a cadence of their own, for British players at least, and stood aside. 

obvioisly, for Lily, her September performance needs to start again and not consider her qualies success. I think its the right thing to do. for the AO it makes no difference as all 3 weeks fall into January. For France, Wimbledon and US Open, we hit this same situation. 

thanks for voting! 



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Bob in Spain wrote:

Has to be Dan for me. Finally getting that first ATP title.


 First atp 500, he had a 250 from Melbourne previously. But the 500 was a big deal! 



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