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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #90 on: March 05, 2007, 10:04 PM »
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Singles

Andy Murray = 14(-1) 
Tim Henman = 44(-7)
Alex Bogdanovic = 153(-2)
Richard Bloomfield =176(+11)
Joshua Goodall = 213(-3)
Johnathan Marray= 241 ( +2)
Greg Rusedski = 245(-3)
Jamie Baker=249 (-14)
Alan Mackin = 275(36)
Martin Lee =328(-19)
James Auckland = 400
Lee Childs = 435(-2)

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

Alexander Slabinsky =780(-4)
Rob Searle =890(+3)
Daniel Cox ( hes only just turned 16) = 1173( +8 )


Doubles

Jamie Murray = 43( +1)   
James Auckland =59(+3)
Andy Murray =109(+1)
Jamie Delgado =113(-4)
Ross Hutchins =151(-1)
Joshua Goodall =156 (+1)
Johnathan Marray =203(-1)
Martin lee =215 (-31)
James May =260(-7)
Neil Bamford =279(-7)
Richard Bloomfield = 365(-28)
Colin Fleming =379(-81)
Tom Rushby =428(-1)
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #91 on: March 06, 2007, 02:52 PM »
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Jamie Murray = 43( +1)   

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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #92 on: March 06, 2007, 02:53 PM »
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And his partner slipped down 1 so now they're 42 + 43 instead of seperated by 2.
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #93 on: March 06, 2007, 03:10 PM »
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Yeah I just noticed that. Hopefully they will carry on playing together this year. It would be great to see Jamie in the top 20 of doubles.
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #94 on: March 16, 2007, 06:45 PM »
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Jamie Baker reached the finals of GBR F6, so he's going to pick up 6 points for GBR F5 plus 12 or 18 points from GBR F6.  That will probably get his ranking up to around #225, which will be a new career high. 
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #95 on: March 16, 2007, 09:24 PM »
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sorry i really havent had time to do the updates on the 1st post this week... sooo much homework but i will do it next week
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #96 on: March 19, 2007, 10:15 AM »
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Keep an eye on Jamie Baker playing in France F5 this week.

http://www.menstennisforums.com/showthread.php?t=97919
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #97 on: March 19, 2007, 12:34 PM »
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Ok folks, first Masters of the season, big action for Andy this week in singles as we know, couple of matches under the belt for Tim across singles and doubles and Jamie gets his WC. Other than that Jamie Baker has a big win taking another Futures title elsewhere this week. So how do the rankings look? 
 
Singles

Big 4 first:

Andy gave another huge performance this week reching his second MS semi moving him +2 to 12 yay clap w00t

(do we all know he's currently no 6 in the race this year?) 

Check out here for advanced rankings calculations going into Miami.

Tim, back in action this week, although dissapointingly with a loss slips another -3 to 47 

Boggo puts himself back in the top 150 again going +3 this week to 150

Richard Bloomfield loses a lot gained last week dropping back -7 to  183 clap   
 
 
Other big movers:

A lot of movement in the singles again this week. Good results first:

Alan Mackin manages to move +12 to 263

Tom Rushby also moves up the rankings going +21 to 649

Biggest gain this week goes to Miles Kasiri who climbs +104 to 1307

 yay

And the drops:

Greg slips further still falling -12 this week to 257 Davis cup what??? I here you cry!

Joshua Goodall slips back a little -1 to put him 214

Jamie Baker unfortunately, despite the best result he could have got this week falls -20 to 269

Crying or Very sad

LOTS of other big movement this week though so do check it out.

Big week in singles, now doubles:

Doubles

The big 4:

Jamie Murray, for the first time in weeks his doubles ranking stays put at 43

James Auckland also remaining static this week at 59 
 
Andy, not content with a career high in singles this week 'does the double' with a career high here +19 to 90   

And Jamie Delgado loses -1 to come in at 114

Others:

3 HUGE movers in the doubles table this week and in the upward direction  cmon yeah:

Tim Henman, as we know, partnered Andy this week and brought his doubles ranking +240 to 272

Ian Flanagan is +158 to 760

But our biggest mover award goes to Jamie Baker who climbs a massive +393 to 858  yay cmon yeah clap


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. Like I say, you should give it a look as there were far too many big results to post:

Singles

Doubles

Miami starts Friday, other brits in action in Futures around the globe. Keep an eye here for the news. (not that we're all that great at keeping it up to date!)

Good luck to all for next week!    crossfingers goodjob


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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #98 on: March 20, 2007, 05:02 PM »
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as of  20th March
Singles

Andy Murray = 12(+2)
Tim Henman = 47(-3)
Alex Bogdanovic = 150(+3)
Richard Bloomfield =183(-7)
Joshua Goodall = 214(-1)
Johnathan Marray= 255(-14)
Greg Rusedski = 257(-12)
Alan Mackin = 263(+12)
Jamie Baker=269(-20)
Martin Lee =365 (-37)
James Auckland = 440 (-40)
Lee Childs = 462(-27)

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

Alexander Slabinsky =775(+5)
Rob Searle =881(+9)
Daniel Cox ( hes only just turned 16) = 1166( +7 )


Doubles

Jamie Murray = 43
James Auckland =59
Andy Murray =90 (+190
Jamie Delgado =114(-1)
Ross Hutchins =142(+9)
Joshua Goodall =150 (+6)
Martin lee =222(-7)
Johnathan Marray =241(-38)
James May =264(-4)
Tim Henman=272  (+240)
Neil Bamford =296(-17)
Richard Bloomfield = 362 (+3)
Colin Fleming =380(-1)
Tom Rushby =395 (+33)





sorry its a bit late.. had a law essay to do
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #99 on: April 03, 2007, 01:29 AM »
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Update please w00t
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #100 on: April 03, 2007, 01:51 AM »
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as of 2nd April
Singles

Andy Murray = 11(+1)
Tim Henman = 48(-1)
Alex Bogdanovic = 147(+3)
Richard Bloomfield =196(-13)
Joshua Goodall = 220(-6)
Jamie Baker=242(+27)
Johnathan Marray= 255(0)
Alan Mackin = 264(-1)
Greg Rusedski = 283(-26)
Martin Lee =377(-12)
James Auckland = 448(-8)
Lee Childs = 463(-1)

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

Alexander Slabinsky =777(+2)
Myles Blake =803(+55)
Daniel Cox ( hes only just turned 16) = 1168( -2)


Doubles

Jamie Murray = 43(0)
James Auckland =58(+1)
Andy Murray =89 (+1
Jamie Delgado =113(1)
Ross Hutchins =145(-3)
Joshua Goodall =152 (-2)
Martin lee =233(-11)
Johnathan Marray =243(-2)
James May =265(-1)
Tim Henman=274(-2)
Neil Bamford =287(+9)
Richard Bloomfield = 361 (-1)
Colin Fleming =385(-5)
Tom Rushby =395 (0)
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #101 on: April 03, 2007, 09:44 AM »
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Wow, well done Boggo for going up a few... but generally still sticking in the mid 200s... he'll always probably be there.
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #102 on: April 03, 2007, 11:15 AM »
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Missed this the last couple of weeks. Apologies.

With DC duties this week it's a bit of a rest week from the tour and a good point to have a bit of a look at how the season has started off for everyone. So as a little treat boys an girls I'll give you the race position (where available) as well as their entry ranking. I also plan to change the format a little, if you don't mind, and give you the improvement of each player since the season opening. Thought it might be fun. Don't say I'm not good to you.

THIS REPORT IS BASED ON A COMPARISON BETWEEN THE PLAYER RANKINGS AT THE START OF THE SEASON AND THIS WEEK.

Singles

Big 4 first:

Andy, as you know has had the most amazing start to his season. Better than we even dreamed in fact. He's moved +6 to 11 
RACE:3  cmon yeah

Tim has unfortunately been hampered with injury since the season opened and has only made it onto court 4 times. As a result he goes -9 to 48

RACE:131

Boggo also suffered from a bit of a dodgy start loosing in qualifying quite a few times and slips -24 to 147

RACE: 171

Richard Bloomfield is progressing well and has replaced Greg in our top 4. His good start has brought him into the top 200 moving +18 to 196

 
Other players of interest:
 
And Josh Goodall still sits as GB no 5 but drops -14 to 220 

Greg, having lifted a racket even less times than Tim, through choice, has dropped a huge -92 to 283

Jonathan Marray takes our big leap of 3 places to 255

Jamie Baker is making a bit of a name for himself, steadily climbing +73 to 242

Jonathan Marray is also climbing +3 at 255

And as for the youngsters:

Daniel Cox currently sits +26 at 1168

Dan Evans is +35 to 1507

Doubles

The big 4:

Jamie Murray, as we all know has had an excellent start to the season. Perhaps most excitedly through his newly forged partnership. He has moved +34 to 43
RACE(with E. Butorac): 12 yay 

James Auckland isn't far behind moving +30 to 53

RACE(with S. Huss):23   clap 

Andy, hanging about that doubles circuit with Jamie has gone  +42 places to 89
RACE(with J. Murray):46  dance
 
Jamie Delgado slips -6 to 113
 
So that's this quarter done with! And what a quarter. Hope this gives you a little bit of a sense of how the guys are all doing. Particularly exciting times for Mr no 3 in the race. Looking forward to the red stuff.

Once again a collective mexicanwave to all. Come on lads!

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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #103 on: April 03, 2007, 08:20 PM »
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Good Job Andy!
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #104 on: April 11, 2007, 05:07 PM »
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So, DC week and the tennis world stops? Kinda...but not exactly. Couple of people climb and fall a few places without lifting a raquet, few others in action in challengers, here's the results.
 
Singles

Big 4 first:

Andy stays put at 11

Check out here for predictions before Monte Carlo.

Tim also a non mover at 48 

Boggo sits pretty at 147

Richard Bloomfield manages to gain on him a bit hopping+13 to 183 clap   
 
 
Other big movers:

Not a lot to report:

Alan Mackin manages to move -5 to 269

Richard Irwin moves up the rankings going +25 to 932

Biggest move this week goes to James May who drops -175 to 1294

Oh, and Jamie Murray seems to have dropped himself right off the bottom of the singles chart with a drop of 250 last week. Truly is a doubles player now! (didn't he do well against no 141!)

 yay

That's all in singles, now doubles:

Doubles

The big 4:

Jamie Murray, stays put at 43

James Auckland goes +1 to 57 
 
Andy, still hanging about at the top of the doubles scene a non mover on 89   

And Jamie Delgado drops -2 to come in at 115

Others:

Big movers in the doubles table this week and in the upward direction  cmon yeah:

Boggo sends one of his rankings in the right direction this week and brought his doubles ranking +90 to 622

Lee Childs is +49 to 470

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

Singles

Doubles

Very little action this week. But keep an eye in the boards. Booray in the doubles, ties can be found in Murray Talk.

Good luck to all for next week!    crossfingers goodjob
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