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Player of the Month: May 2024 winners announced


The votes are in – it’s time to reveal your picks for LTA Player of the Month for May 2024.

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Women’s singles: Fran Jones

23-year-old Jones picks up the Player of the Month for May after the Brit clinched the biggest title of her career at the W75 Grado.

Playing on her preferred clay court surface, Jones lost just one set in the opening round to fellow Brit Eden Silva before going on to claim the title.

In the final she defeated Kathinka von Deichmann 6-1, 7-5 in the final to rise 39 places in the rankings.

Men’s singles: Billy Harris


Harris has been a man in form over the last 12 months, which led to him reaching Roland Garros qualifying for the first time in his career.

The 29-year-old beat world No.126 Emilio Nava and France’s Manuel Guinard before losing out on a spot in the main draw to Valentin Vacherot.

His strong performances gave him a springboard that has already seen him reach a career-best ATP Challenger 125 semi-final at the Lexus Surbiton Trophy.

Doubles: Luke Johnson


Silverware just keeps on coming for Johnson this season, who, in May, lifted his fourth Challenger doubles title of the year with Skander Mansouri at the Aix En Provence Challenger.

The duo would also go on to make the quarter-finals in Bordeaux – setting Johnson up for a main draw debut at Roland Garros.

His impressive start to the season has seen him climb to a new career-high ranking at world No.69.

Wheelchair: Lucy Shuker


After leading the Lexus GB World Team Cup women’s squad to a fifth place finish in Turkey – Shuker went on to pick up solid results in Spain.

At the XII Torneo Fundacion Emilio Sanchez Vicario in Madrid, Shuler made the semi-finals of the singles, as well as finishing runner-up in the doubles with Emmanuelle Morch.

It was then on to the ITF 1 Tram Barcelona Open, where Shuker also came runner-up in the doubles, this time with Dutch star Aniek Van Koot.

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