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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #75 on: February 19, 2007, 01:55 PM »
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That's what copy and paste'll do to you! I'll fix it.
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #76 on: February 20, 2007, 08:47 PM »
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men ranked inside the atp top 500

As of 19th Feb

Singles

Andy Murray = 13 
Tim Henman = 38
Alex Bogdanovic = 150
Richard Bloomfield =187
Joshua Goodall = 211
Greg Rusedski = 213
Jamie Baker =237
Alan Mackin = 241
Johnathan Marray= 244
Martin Lee =311
Arvind Parmer =332
James Auckland = 400
Lee Childs = 429

ok and these are some brits outside of the top 500 that u may wanna look out for

Alexander Slabinsky =779:
Rob Searle =893
Jamie Murray =1139
Daniel Cox ( hes only just turned 16) = 1186


Doubles

Jamie Murray = 53( +12)  clap yay
James Auckland =63
Jamie Delgado =111
Andy Murray =114
Joshua Goodall =159
Ross Hutchins =167
Martin lee =182
Johnathan Marray =198
James May =253
Neil Bamford =273
Colin Fleming =299
Richard Bloomfield = 334
Tom Rushby =427
Andrew Kennaugh= 496
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #77 on: February 21, 2007, 01:37 AM »
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I think Andy could be in the top 5 by Wimby. French open's the big points bonanza i reckon
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #78 on: February 21, 2007, 10:01 AM »
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I think Andy could be in the top 5 by Wimby. French open's the big points bonanza i reckon

Top 5 may be a little optimistic, however with good results in the next 3 tourneys he plays he could and maybe will be in the top 10. I think from there they move to the clay court season and he should do better than last year.

I think top 8 is an acheivable goal by Wimbledon.

I think this years goals for Andy will be a top 8 ranking and that will guantee playing in the Masters cup. He could do worse and still get a masters cup place. I think he would also like to get to a QF in a slam. Apart from that then I think he would (and probably will during the season) like to play Federer and Nadal a couple more times.

There's no doubt about it, Andy is still playing well above what his current ranking suggests. Where that will eventually even out is still up for grabs. Almost certainly he will be ranked in the top 4 at some point. If he has to wait a few more years before he can challange Rafa and Roger for the top 2 spots then so be it. One never knows of course of how some of the other young guns in and around Andy's ranking are going to mature also.

I think tennis is in excelent shape and even though Roger is winning the majority of slams he almost certainly won't be when Andy reaches his peak.
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #79 on: February 22, 2007, 08:13 PM »
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Being ranked in the top 8 doesnt necessarily get you a masters cup spot though... He needs to perform well in every tournament he plays to guarantee that...
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #80 on: February 23, 2007, 10:33 AM »
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Top 8 ranking's a good place for seeding though. Next benchmark so to speak.
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #81 on: February 23, 2007, 12:57 PM »
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yaeh, top 8 should be the next target.
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #82 on: February 25, 2007, 10:03 PM »
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I think that Jamie will be ranked in the early forty’s now in the doubles rankings after his win in Memphis Smile
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #83 on: February 26, 2007, 10:04 AM »
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I suppose we should start this week by congratulating Rodger Federer on breaking yet another world record, and a particularly big one at that. He's now spent the longest single period of time at the top of the rankings. With every new week he spends on the top spot (a considerable time after this I fear) he sets a new record. So although this thread is traditionally about the British guys we'll have a big  clap for him.

Ok, that done, we all know it was another big week for the Murray boys, but what have the rest of the guys been up to and where do Jamie and Andy's results put them in world standings?
 
Singles

Big 4 first:

Andy successfully defends his Memphis points from last year by reaching the SF which is enough to retain his place at 13 yay

Tim manages to climb (again) without lifting a finger going +1 to 37 

Boggo Still floating around that 150 mark with a -1 this week to 151

Richard Bloomfield sticks at 187   
 
 
Other big movers:
 
Greg slips further still falling -29 this week to 242 (GB no 8) Retirement anyone  Crying or Very sad

And Joshua Goodall's continues to creep toward the top 200 with another +1 to put him 210

Jamie Baker also builds on last weeks success, albeit slowly with +2 to 235

Biggest mover in singles this week unfortunately isn't anything to get excited about. Arvind Palmer loses -223 places and slips out of the top 500 to 555

Couple of other double figure moves further down the table. David Brewer is up +15 to 909 and Matthew Smith +11 to 644

Quite a good week for the singles overall, now doubles:

Doubles

The big 4:

Jamie Murray continues to announce himself on the world in spectacular fashion by winning his 3rd title in a row boosting him +9 places to 44 (he even now makes it onto the ATP rankings front page!)  yay cmon yeah clap

James Auckland also climbing that little bit. He's back =1 to 62    

 
Jamie Delgado's regains the lost places from last week going +2 to come in at 109


Andy back gaining on no 3 again +4 this week to 110 (but, again, are we really bothered?) 

Others:

Quite a good week for the doubles rankings.

Ross Hutchins replaces Goodall as No 5 with a climb of +17 to 150
 
Josh Goodall also climbs +1 to world no. 158

And that's kind of the headlines. Following someone in particular you can check it out here:

Singles

Doubles

Just one more mexicanwave for the lads, and lets hope for that IW WC for Jamie and Booty. Surely they have to get it now?!
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #84 on: February 26, 2007, 01:27 PM »
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I'm concerned that wasn't a typo.
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #85 on: February 26, 2007, 03:47 PM »
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Great round-up as usual Lorna. Smile Great to see Jamie so high up.
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #86 on: February 26, 2007, 08:58 PM »
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men ranked inside the atp top 500

as of 26th Feb
Singles

Andy Murray = 13 
Tim Henman = 37
Alex Bogdanovic = 151
Richard Bloomfield =187
Joshua Goodall = 210
Jamie Baker =235
Alan Mackin = 239
Greg Rusedski = 242 (-29)... anyone know of a comeback date ?
Johnathan Marray= 243
Martin Lee =309
James Auckland = 400
Lee Childs = 433

ok and these are some brits outside of the top 500 that u may wanna look out for

Alexander Slabinsky =776
Rob Searle =893
Jamie Murray =1138
Daniel Cox ( hes only just turned 16) = 1181 ( +5)


Doubles

Jamie Murray = 44( +9)  clap yay
James Auckland =62
Jamie Delgado =109
Andy Murray =110
Ross Hutchins =150 (+17)
Joshua Goodall =158
Martin lee =184
Johnathan Marray =202
James May =253
Neil Bamford =272
Colin Fleming =298
Richard Bloomfield = 337
Tom Rushby =427
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #87 on: February 27, 2007, 08:20 AM »
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Greg Rusedski = 242 (-29)... anyone know of a comeback date ?
He plays the challenger in Sarajevo. I think it's week beginning 12th March.
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #88 on: February 27, 2007, 04:10 PM »
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I'm concerned that wasn't a typo.


Not so much a typo as a sleepy Monday morning not really thinking. Reverting back to a silly little habbit I had in primary school where I put silent d's all over the place. Oops!
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #89 on: March 05, 2007, 10:57 AM »
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Little news summary for this week.

With the Murrays out of action for the week you'd expect it to be quiet on the boards but the return of Tim Henman to the tour after a long time off with injury saw this didn't happen. Also, the board was buzzing with news that a young guy by the name of Youzhny was making a big footprint on the game. Oh, and a star studded audience turned out earlier in the week to watch Boggo lose. So all of this has done what to our ranking places?
 
Singles

Big 4 first:

Andy being out of action this week gave Djokovic the oppertunity to make some points on him, which he did, (only 15 though, so nothing to worry about) and he slips -1 to 14 
Good news is these guys seem to be pulling away from Gasquet who's trailing 110 points behind Andy.

Tim, despite winning his first match back has managed to slip out of the top 40 -7 to 44 

Boggo Still floating around that 150 mark slips again -2 this week to 153

Richard Bloomfield starts the catchup going +11 to  176 clap   
 
 
Other big movers:

A lot of big movers in the singles this week:
 
Greg slips further still falling -3 this week to 245

And Joshua Goodall slips back a little -1 to put him 213

Jamie Baker unfortunately has big disappointment this week by falling -14 to 249

Biggest mover in singles this week is a whopping -396 places. And the honour goes to David Sherwood who now sits at 1173

A whole host of other 3-figure movements this week, unfortunately most of them in the wrong direction, the biggest drops going to Ian Flannagan and Colin Fleming.  Crying or Very sad

But two outside ranked youngsters (well 18 year olds) had big results this week both of them reaching new career highs.

Edward Corrie is +100 to 1313 and Matthew Illingworth +117 to 1411  yay

Big week in singles, now doubles:

Doubles

The big 4:

Jamie Murray, losing 129 places in his singles ranking but yet sitting on the sidelines waiting for an alternate place has clearly decided on his career path, and no wonder as his doubles ranking continues to climb +1 places to 43 yay cmon yeah clap

James Auckland also climbing that little bit. He's back into the top 60 with a climb of +3 to 59  clap   

 
Andy and Jamie Delgado switch places again this week as Andy goes +1 to 109    

And Jamie Delgado loses -4 to come in at 113

Others:

Quite a bad week for the doubles on the whole as all the big movement is on the downward scale.

David Sherwood manages to be the biggest mover in both singles and doubles this week with a -305 to 829
 
Richard Bloomfield and Martin Lee drop -28 and -31 respectively to world no. 365 and 215

And that's kind of the headlines. Following someone in particular you can check it out here, and you should really give it a look as there was a LOT of movement outside the big 4 this week:

Singles

Doubles

Still waiting on that IW WC for Jamie and Booty...

Good luck to all for next week!    crossfingers goodjob

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