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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #60 on: February 05, 2007, 09:57 PM »
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Singles

Big 4 first:

 Andy moves up +1 places to 13  clap

Tim drops the places he gained last week -2   to 38 

Boggo moves up!  +1  to 140

Richard Bloomfield continues to make impressions, all be it slower this week  +2 to 186   
 
 
Other big movers:
 
Greg finally moves in the right diretion +2 up to 198  clap

Joshua Goodall is catching with +4 to come in at 210

Alan Mackin gains +5 to move to 238

Jonathan Marray is up +4 to 244

Jamie Baker also +4 to 252

Morgan Phillips moves another +14 to 575  clap

Finally James Ward makes a +37 jump to 870

That's about it.

Doubles

The big 4:

James Auckland gains a massive +16 places and is at 60 regaining the No1 UK spot!     w00t clap

Jamie Murray drops -2 this week to 71   

Andy loses a place: -1 to 99  
 
Jamie Delgado gains +1 places to come in at 105
 
Others:

Joahua Goodall gains +2 and is the world no. 167

Ross Hutchins gains +3 and comes in at 170

There are a few jumps here and there, not many drops. Best is Bloomfield up 6 places and Fleming up 6 places as well. Not much else.

All UK rankings here

Singles

Doubles
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #61 on: February 05, 2007, 10:36 PM »
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thanks neil
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #62 on: February 05, 2007, 10:36 PM »
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And you.  hug
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #63 on: February 05, 2007, 11:26 PM »
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Yeah Aucks/Ward!!! cmon yeah superman yay
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #64 on: February 14, 2007, 04:32 PM »
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just updatd the 1st thread... sorry its a bit late guys . have been very  busy
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #65 on: February 14, 2007, 04:33 PM »
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just updatd the 1st thread... sorry its a bit late guys . have been very  busy
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #66 on: February 14, 2007, 04:38 PM »
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whip Wink

lol im sorry ... i will make sure it never happens again !  nervous
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #67 on: February 14, 2007, 04:40 PM »
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lol im sorry ... i will make sure it never happens again !  nervous
Any chance that every time you update them, you could post the singles section here to save most of us going back and reading the first page?
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #68 on: February 14, 2007, 04:54 PM »
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will do

men ranked inside the atp top 500

Singles

Andy Murray = 13 
Tim Henman = 38
Alex Bogdanovic = 154
Richard Bloomfield =187
Greg Rusedski = 200
Joshua Goodall = 212
Alan Mackin = 242
Johnathan Marray= 247
Jamie Baker =268
Martin Lee =307
Arvind Parmer =335
James Auckland = 402
Lee Childs = 427

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

Alexander Slabinsky =782:
Rob Searle =892
Jamie Murray =1140
Daniel Cox ( hes only just turned 16) = 1186
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #69 on: February 14, 2007, 05:02 PM »
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DC week so verry little movement in the higher ranks.

Singles

Big 4 first:

Andy stays put at 13  clap

Tim also a non mover at 38 

Boggo drops again  -14  to 154

Richard Bloomfield slips back a little bit again going -1 to 187   
 
 
Other big movers:
 
Greg loses those places he gained last week going -2  to 200   Crying or Very sad

Joshua Goodall also losing places -2 to come in at 212

Jamie Baker unfortunately another of our biggest movers this week with a drop -16 to 268

In fact Lee Martin is our only guy to gain places within the top 500 this week with a move +2 to 307

So not a great week for the singles. However the doubles makes up for that!

Doubles

The big 4:

James Auckland only just hangs on to top spot going -1 to 61    

Jamie Murray gains on him jumping +6 to a career high 65 and on the up!  w00t clap

Andy stays put in doubles too at 99  
 
Jamie Delgado's time out with injury takes it's toll as he drops -4 places to come in at 109
 
Others:

Joahua Goodall climbs +1 and is the world no. 166

Some huge drops this week with Richard Bloomfield down 42, Lee Childs down 68 and our biggest drop this week a whopping 200 place loss for David Corrie to 884

All UK rankings here

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Sorry it's so late, but it's not the best of news.
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #70 on: February 14, 2007, 05:47 PM »
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Thanks for that Very Happy

Boggo drops again? Surprise, surprise lol
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #71 on: February 19, 2007, 01:14 PM »
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It's Monday!
As we know this weekend was a big weekend for the Murray boys but the exact impact this has on the rest of British tennis is yet to be seen as the singles rankings haven't been updated yet! (ok, ok, we know Andy stays at 13 but that's all) The doubles is up however but I'll not do an update until I have the whole lot. I'll keep an eye and post as soon as it's ready.

SPOILER ALERT As predicted, Jamie moves up to a whopping career high 53, well knocking JA off GB no 1 spot. Woo Hoo!!!!
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #72 on: February 19, 2007, 01:27 PM »
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I see Gregs doubles ranking moved a little this week  shocking
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #73 on: February 19, 2007, 01:41 PM »
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No sooner do I post that than my 3rd attempt at the trusty Ctrl F5 pays off. So here we go:

Singles

Big 4 first:

Andy successfully defends his title winning points from last year by winning in San Jose and therefore remaining at 13   cmon yeah yay w00t

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

Boggo has a better week and gains back +4 of last weeks dropped places to 150

Richard Bloomfield sticks at 187   
 
 
Other big movers:
 
Greg slips further still falling -13  to 213 Retirement anyone  Crying or Very sad

This means that Joshua Goodall's little climb of +1 just puts him in at GB no 5 with a ranking of 211

Jamie Baker ragains all those lost places and then some this week with a jump of +31 to 237

Biggest mover in singles this week is one Miles Kasiri climbing an amazing +118 to 1417
Although a quick check on this guy shows he's been pro since 2003 with a career high of 768 in Jan 05 so not much to get excited about I shouldn't think.

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

Doubles

The big 4:

Jamie Murray produces one of our most exciting results of the weekend by claiming his first title. This also gains him +12, a career high 53 and the GB no 1 spot! w00t clap

James Auckland drops to 2nd place with a small drop of -2 to 63    

 
Jamie Delgado's time out with injury still losing him ranking points -2 places to come in at 111


Andy loses his place in the top 100 falling -15 to 114 (but are we really bothered?) 

Others:

Josh Goodall climbs +7 and is the world no. 159

A handfull of other +3's and 4's across the rest of the board with nothing much else significant to report other than that Greg seems to have managed to drop a whopping -807 places in the doubles rankings! (lets all say it together shall we, 'retirement anyone?)

But you can check it all out for yourselves here:

Singles

Doubles

Just one more mexicanwave for the lads, and an extra  jumping-w00t for the Murray boys.
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #74 on: February 19, 2007, 01:46 PM »
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You put the 5th Feb on your singles link Smile
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