November Players of the Month announced
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We’ve counted your votes and now it’s time to reveal the results of November Player of the Month.
Like every month, this month’s awards have been voted for by our Advantage members as an exclusive benefit available to all membership tiers.
Now, let’s look at who you voted as the standout players from the month of November:
Men’s singles – Jack Draper
Jack Draper has been crowned November Player of the Month off the back of another standout month.
The Brit built on his progress made in October when he lifted his first title of the year at the Bergamo Challenger in Italy – having defeated former world top 10 star David Goffin 1-6, 7-6(3), 6-3 in the final.
From there, Draper went on to reach his maiden ATP tour-level final at the 250 event in Sofia – where the 21-year-old became the youngest British player to reach an ATP final since Andy Murray in 2009. In the final, Draper faced a tough clash against world No.22 Adrian Mannarino, with the Brit eventually finishing runner-up.
Capping off a brilliant month and a strong end to his season, Draper joined the Lexus Great Britain Davis Cup team at the Finals in Malaga where he was selected to battle Miomir Kecmanovic but just lost out in a tight match, 7-6(2), 7-6(6).
Women’s singles – Katie Boulter
Katie Boulter has taken the women's Player of the Month title once again after an impressive November.
The British No.1 spearheaded the Lexus Great Britain Billie Jean King Cup to victory in their Play-Off tie against Sweden at London’s Copper Box Arena at the beginning of the month.
The best-of-five match tie saw Boulter step up to win both of her singles matches against Kajsa Rinaldo Persson and Caijsa Hennemann in straight sets. Her performances against the Swedes saw Boulter extend her Billie Jean King Cup win record to 11-3, as she helped seal the Brits spot to the 2024 Qualifiers.
Doubles – Joe Salisbury
The pair went undefeated throughout the entire tournament – extending their winning streak at the year-end championships in Turin to 10 matches - and secured the trophy once again with a 6-3, 6-4 win over Horacio Zeballos and Marcel Granollers.
November also saw Salisbury and Ram reach the semi-finals of the Rolex Paris Masters, before being edged by Santiago Gonzalez and Edouard Roger-Vasselin.
Rounding off another sensational season on the ATP Tour, Salisbury's victory in Turin saw him conclude the year as doubles British No.1.
Wheelchair – Alfie Hewett
Alfie Hewett wrapped up his season in perfect style after securing the double at the 2023 Wheelchair Tennis Masters.
Heading to Barcelona for the year-end finals on the Uniqlo Wheelchair Tour, Hewett claimed his third NEC Wheelchair Singles Masters title since 2017 after pulling off an inspiring comeback win over Gustavo Fernandez in the final.
He then went on to team up with Gordon Reid for the doubles draw, where the all-British pair sealed the silverware with a 3-6, 6-3, 10-6 victory over Fernandez and Martin de la Puente.
In doing so, Hewett concluded the year ranked world No.1 in both the singles and doubles for the first time in his career – becoming only the second Brit to do so after his doubles partner Reid achieved the same feat in 2016.