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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #225 on: February 18, 2008, 09:06 AM »
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Ok I'm going to try and update this every Monday morning from now on ...


Rankings as of 18th February 2008

Singles

Top Five

Andy Murray moves +1 to get back inside the top ten and is world number 10. yay

Alex Boggo jumps back inside the top 200 +10 to 193.

Jamie Baker fell a huge -33 places to 268. Frown

Richard Bloomfield goes up +1 333.

Joshua Goodall goes down -1 to 353.

Others

Alexander Slabinsky goes up +10 to 396. yay

Lee Childs falls -6 to 485.

James Ward is up +3 to 707.

Matthew Smith is up +2 to 868.

Richard Irwin goes up +3 to 887.



Doubles

Top Five

British number one Jamie Murray stays at 35.

Ross Hutchins jumps +3 to 84.

James Auckland falls -8 to 109.



Jamie Delago jumps +1 to 116.

And Joshua Goodall is -1 to 155.

Others

Neil Bamford jumps a massive +38 to 393.

David Rice jumps up +36 places to 815.
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #226 on: February 18, 2008, 09:23 AM »
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 cmon yeah Go Slabba breaking in to the top 400.  yay

Baker sacrificed his ranking to play Davis Cup. lol  clap

Shame Jamie M will fall next week on matter what happens this week. Frown
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #227 on: February 18, 2008, 10:47 AM »
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I'm guessing he didn't move because he was defending SJ points this week as the tournament was from 12th-19th Feb last year. And of course, it's been moved a week forward this year.
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #228 on: February 18, 2008, 11:25 AM »
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Max has a nice ranking of 20 though which will help them get in most/all the tourneys this year. One good result at IW and/or Miami will boost Jamie to new ranking highs.
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #229 on: February 18, 2008, 11:51 AM »
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The results of the Croatia futures were late in so I wonder if they'll update the rankings today, again, or wait until next week. Think

So whenever that happens Chris Eaton's doubles ranking should rise about 80 to 636.  yay

EDIT: It'll be next week.
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #230 on: February 18, 2008, 12:24 PM »
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Yup. Time for Jamie to be making the points at the compulsories now.

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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #231 on: March 08, 2008, 12:00 PM »
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Watch out for James Ward this year. Ranked 502 this week.
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #232 on: May 19, 2008, 04:27 PM »
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Click

I found this little thing pretty interesting to look at today...
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #233 on: May 26, 2008, 11:46 AM »
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Ken Skupski went up 80 places to 551 yay

But Richard Irwin fell 117 to 1230 Crying or Very sad  What has he been playing at!!!  Well .... nothing apparently.  Not been playing since Feb according to ITF Think
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #234 on: June 16, 2008, 07:50 PM »
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Rankings as of 16th June
 
SINGLES

Andy stays 11th
Jamie Baker moves down 10 places to 260
Josh Goodall moves up 3 places to 266
Alex Bogdanovic moves down 28 places to 271
Alex Slabinsky moves down 5 places to 329
Richard Bloomfield moves up 26 places to 386
James Ward moves up 21 places to 474
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #235 on: June 16, 2008, 08:00 PM »
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Rankings as of 16th June
 
SINGLES

Andy stays 11th
The rest aren't worth mentioning.



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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #236 on: June 16, 2008, 08:05 PM »
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lol
You've got a point  doh
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #237 on: June 16, 2008, 08:50 PM »
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Crikey Brad must be tearing his hair out with Bogdanovitch.
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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #238 on: October 13, 2009, 11:29 AM »
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Hutchins loses doubles final.
  
Britain's Ross Hutchins lost in the final of the Japan Open men's doubles, with partner Jordan Kerr, from Australia.

They fought back after losing the first set to Austrians Julian Knowle and Jurgen Melzer,before losing the final set 10-8.
 
http://www.tennislife.co.uk/uk-pro-watch/262-hutchins-loses-doubles-final
This is obtained from the tennislife website that Allan gave in another thread.

http://www.atpworldtour.com/Tennis/Tournaments/Tokyo.aspx
If you click on points and prizes, it will show that Hutchins will have won 300 ATP Doubles points and 32,700 dollars in prize money.   I hope I have got this right although it is strange that Hutchins has only moved up by 3 places recently.  Something doesn't add up.

http://www.atpworldtour.com/Rankings/Doubles.aspx
The ranking shows that Hutchins is at 42 in the world with 1680 points.

Ken Skupski is at 71 on 1050 points.
Colin Fleming is    73 on 1023 points.
Jamie (Murray) is  95 on 822 points.

It is incredible that we now have 4 players in the top 100 Doubles list.  I expect to see one Doubles win in the next DC outing :-).

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Re: British men's rankings « Reply #239 on: October 13, 2009, 11:40 AM »
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http://www.atpworldtour.com/Tennis/Tournaments/Tokyo.aspx
If you click on points and prizes, it will show that Hutchin will have won 300 ATP Doubles points and 32,700 dollars in prize money.   I hope I have got this right although it is strange that Hutchins has only moved up by 3 places recently.  Something doesn't add up.
A load of points from last year dropped off when the 300 where added on.
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