First order of business is to show you something VERY exciting!
This is a post that I have been waiting to do for a VERY long time and I am very much looking forward to the number of smiley's I'm gonna be using! Just o a side not, something I meant to mention last week but didn't. Although Greg Rusedski has still got ATP points and therefore does still have a ranking, following the announcement that he has retired from Tennis I think we can safely stop following his progress. So can I just say, Goodbye Greg!
Thanks for the memories!
Ok, onto business.SinglesBig 4 first:
Andy, in what seems to be the only ranking change in the top 30 has gone +1
and now sits at, wait for it 10
Check out here
for latest predictions from Monte Carlo and information on how Andy could end up no 8 after this week!
Tim again a non mover at 48
Boggo managed to win himself his 7th challenger title this week in Valencia, CA and as a result climbs +15
Richard Bloomfield just goes down a little bit -1
to 184 Other big movers:
Not a lot to report:
Mainly downward movement for the rest of the boys we know of this week. But nothing too significant (in other words still single figures)
Couple worth a mention though.
Chris Eaton manages to move +26
Richard Irwin moves up the rankings again, keeping it steady going +41
James May again dropping out of the sky at an alarming rate (must have stopped playing) -103
That's all in singles, now doubles:Doubles
In case any of you are particularly interested, the Bryans are back on the top here regaining joint first place after a little spell at 2. But what of the Brits?The big 4:
Jamie Murray leapfrogs his partner Booty this week and climbs +4
He's in action with Andy this week so check out Murray talk for the relevant match threads.
James Auckland stays put at 57
Andy, still hanging about at the top of the doubles scene a non mover on 89
And Jamie Delgado is back up +1
to come in at 114 Others:
Big movers in the doubles table this week again in the upward direction
Lee Childs is on the up again +38
Andrew Kennaugh is +23
Richard Irwin had a big week as his doubles ranking also goes +36
And that's kind of the headlines. Following someone in particular you can check it out here:SinglesDoubles
Andy and Tim in action in MC this week. Check out the action here
To discuss Andy's progress head here
For photos of Andy check out this
And for Team Murray progress you'll find match threads here
starting with this
Good luck again to all for next week!