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The Other British Men

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Unfortunately not - he's out.  Would've been nice if he could've maintained the momentum.
The set was much closer than the 6-2 score line but that doesn't really matter I suppose.  Rolling Eyes



Fleming was beaten by Stepanek 6-3 6-4
Ha! More games from Flembo against Stepanek than Tsonga managed. lol Albeit Tsonga having played 6 matches in the previous 8 days.
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"Played two great matches today at @liverpooltennis. Lost to Gil 36 63 10-7 and then beat Golubev 63 64!!!"
Neal Skupski on twitter - one for the future? Think he's a college player in America just now.
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"Played two great matches today at @liverpooltennis. Lost to Gil 36 63 10-7 and then beat Golubev 63 64!!!"
Neal Skupski on twitter - one for the future? Think he's a college player in America just now.
Definetely one for the future. He's also still got a year to go in America.

His ATP ranking is currently 960 but only come from 2 Futures events last July/August including one where he rached the semi-finals. Smile
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2nd successive Challenger final for James Ward.  yay
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Well done James!
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Ward wins the title. trophy He'll be in the top 150 in a few hours when the rankings come out.
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Ward wins the title. trophy He'll be in the top 150 in a few hours when the rankings come out.
Well done James ,nice to see we have another up and commer.
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nice to see we have another up and commer.

It is indeed.  Just out of interest - we all know about Spain and France etc having several players doing well, but which other countries are like us in having a lone player in the top 100?
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At least 10 (Sweden, Luxembourg, Latvia, Cyprus, Finland, India, Netherlands, Slovakia, Uruguay, Uzbekistan). There might be more though that I missed.
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4 Brits in the 2nd of the same Challenger event. Wonder when the last time that happened was. Think
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George Morgan just  won his first Futures event this week after coming through the qualifying in Sweden. trophy In the final he beat 3rd seed Alex Ward who was in his second final in as many weeks. Smile 
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Well done George!
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Hey, I  love George cmon yeah Was so delighted when he won the junior doubles at Wimbles with some very smart play. Didn't he go to Mexico or somewhere to train? well away from LTA
Allan did u watch this anywhere?
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That was Golding that went to Mexico for a few months but then I think he went to Spain for a bit as well.

Hey, I  love George cmon yeah Was so delighted when he won the junior doubles at Wimbles with some very smart play.
Allan did u watch this anywhere?
Someone had found livescores and was periodically putting the scores on Twitter.

Btw, George and Lewis Burton also won the doubles this week. Smile
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In the final he beat 3rd seed Alex Ward who was in his second final in as many weeks. Smile 

Alex won the title this week. trophy Meaning he's won 13 out 15 matches in just under 3 weeks.
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