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Well whatever suits. But either way, this one should be a sticky. As it;s not likely to get huge numbers of posts during a week, only on the monday or tuesday after the rankings are updated.
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15 for Andy (+2)  yay 2 in the Race!  w00t
[ Last edit by top_spin January 08, 2007, 01:38 AM ] IP Logged
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15 for Andy (+2)  yay 2 in the Race!  w00t

15th in the world is a new high. right?
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15th in the world is a new high. right?

yeah it is

 cmon yeah yay w00t clap clap clap clap clap trophy bounce toot jumping-w00t
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oh my days 2 in the race! thats madness lol and 15 - wow! x(",)x
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He's also broken into the top 100 in doubles - now ranked 99.  cmon yeah
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Thats awesome!  Go Andy!
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Jamie Murray and Dan Cox have both moved up a place in the singles.
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Good to see the doubles rankings improve in particular. Hopefully it'll be a J Murray/Auckland or Murray/Murray for doubles in davis cup from now on!
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Well it's Wednesday but seeing as no one's actually done a full runthrough yet here are Monday's changes.

Singles

Big 4 first:

Andy, as you know, earned the 2nd most points available in ATP last week and hopped  +2 places to 15  cmon yeah

Tim moves +1 to 38  thumb up

Boggo remains at 123

Greg, although back in top 200, slips -3 to 194

 
Other big movers:
 
Absolutely nothing of any significance to report elsewhere this week.

Jonathan Marray takes our big leap of 3 places to 255  

And Josh Goodall happily stays at GB no 5 +1 to 205

Jamie's singles ranking moves up +1 to 1148

And Daniel Cox currently sits +1 at 1193

Doubles

The big 4:

Jamie Murray strengthens his position as GB no 1 climbing +11 to 66  yay 

James Auckland sticks at 83    

Our new No 3, 3rd player in top 100 and biggest mover here is Andy +32 places to 99  dance
 
Jamie Delgado slips 2 to 109
 
Others:

Martin Lee climbs 4 to 178

Josh Goodall stays at 156

Bunch of other +1 to +4's across the booard but nothing significant.

Once again a collective mexicanwave to all. Come on lads!
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thanks for that goodjob
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A little topic merging? Fine by me. I'll post here Mondays now shall I?
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Well it's Wednesday but seeing as no one's actually done a full runthrough yet here are Monday's changes.

Singles

Big 4 first:

Andy, as you know, earned the 2nd most points available in ATP last week and hopped  +2 places to 15  cmon yeah

Tim moves +1 to 38  thumb up

Boggo remains at 123

Greg, although back in top 200, slips -3 to 194

 
Other big movers:
 
Absolutely nothing of any significance to report elsewhere this week.

Jonathan Marray takes our big leap of 3 places to 255  

And Josh Goodall happily stays at GB no 5 +1 to 205

Jamie's singles ranking moves up +1 to 1148

And Daniel Cox currently sits +1 at 1193

Doubles

The big 4:

Jamie Murray strengthens his position as GB no 1 climbing +11 to 66  yay 

James Auckland sticks at 83    

Our new No 3, 3rd player in top 100 and biggest mover here is Andy +32 places to 99  dance
 
Jamie Delgado slips 2 to 109
 
Others:

Martin Lee climbs 4 to 178

Josh Goodall stays at 156

Bunch of other +1 to +4's across the booard but nothing significant.

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




i have actaully updated it but on the 1st post sorry... i did it on monday
[ Last edit by rochelle January 10, 2007, 04:52 PM ] IP Logged
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i have actaully updated it but on the 1st post sorry... i did it on monday
Maybe also make a new reply with the updates?
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Maybe also make a new reply with the updates?
yeah sorry .. i was ment 2 , just slipt my mind... will do in future
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