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Andy Murray holding the Rothesay Open Nottingham title

Vote: June Player of the Month


The names have been selected, now it’s time to have your say and vote your stand-out stars from the month of June in our Player of the Month.

As the tennis season moved to the grass and the Brits had the chance compete on home soil across the ATP, WTA, ITF and Wheelchair tours, it’s been a month of great success. Vote for your which players have impressed you the most in June.

How does it work?

Every month, three players will be nominated for each of the following categories:

  • Men’s singles
  • Women’s singles
  • Doubles
  • Wheelchair

Voting is open until 16 July 23:59 - so get your votes in now!

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The nominees

Men’s singles


Cam Norrie

  • Reached the quarter-finals of the cinch Championships
  • Beat 2022 cinch Championships runner-up Miomir Kecmanovic and last year’s Surbiton Trophy champion Jordan Thompson

Andy Murray

  • Won the Lexus Surbiton Trophy title – becoming the oldest player to win an ATP Challenger title on grass
  • Followed up with Rothesay Open Nottingham champion – extending unbeaten streak on grass to 10 matches
  • Reached 10 career titles on grass
  • Only the third player since 2000 to win consecutive ATP Challenger grass court titles

George Loffhagen

  • Made the quarter-finals in his first ATP Challenger event at the Rothesay Open Nottingham
  • Pushed Luca Van Assche – ranked over 300 spots higher at world No.79 – to a third set tie-break in the first round at Eastbourne
  • Reached a new career high at world No.364

Women’s singles


Katie Boulter

  • Reached and won her first WTA title at the Rothesay Open Nottingham
  • Became British No.1
  • Broke back into the top 100 and reached a new career-high at world No.

Jodie Burrage

  • Made her first WTA quarter-final, semi-final and final at the Rothesay Open Nottingham
  • Defeated four players inside the WTA top 80 – including world No.21 Magda Linette
  • Beat world No.44 Lauren Davis to reach second round at Rothesay International Eastbourne
  • Rose to world No.108

Harriet Dart



Neal Skupski

  • Won his first title of the year at s’Hertogenbosch with Wesley Koolhof
  • Made the semi-finals at the cinch Championships
  • Quarter-finalist in the men’s doubles at Roland Garros

Liam Broady & Jonny O’Mara

  • Lifted the Lexus Surbiton Trophy in their first tournament together
  • Made the final at the Rothesay Open Nottingham – finishing runners-up
  • Quarter-final finish at the Rothesay International Eastbourne

Harriet Dart & Heather Watson

  • Three straight sets wins to reach the final of the Rothesay Open Nottingham
  • Narrowly finished runners-up in a final match tie-break to Ulrikke Eikeri and Ingrid Neel 7-6(6), 5-7, 10-8



Alfie Hewett

  • Won his fourth successive Roland Garros doubles title with Gordon Reid
  • Finished runner-up in the French Open singles
  • Lifted his first cinch Championships doubles title with Reid and came runner-up in the singles

Gordon Reid

  • Won his fourth successive Roland Garros doubles title with Gordon Reid
  • Lifted his first cinch Championships doubles title with Hewett
  • Singles and doubles semi-finalist at the French Riviera Open

Andy Lapthorne

  • Captured his 14th Grand Slam doubles title at Roland Garros with Donald Ramphadi
  • Crowned champion at the British Grass Court Wheelchair Championships event at Eastbourne
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