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Vote: 2022 LTA Player of the Year Awards

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Who was your standout player of the 2021 season? Who impressed you the most? Who took their game to that next level?

Have your say and vote for your favourite stars for the 2022 LTA Player of the Year Awards, recognising player achievements in 2021.

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Take a look at the nominations for each category:

  • Women’s Singles
  • Men’s Singles
  • Doubles
  • Wheelchair

Women's Singles

Emma Raducanu

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Highlights:

  • US Open women’s singles champion
  • First British woman to win a Grand Slam singles title for 44 years
  • First qualifier to win a Grand Slam title in the Open Era
  • Youngest British woman to reach the fourth round of Wimbledon in the Open Era
  • Finalist at the WTA Chicago 125
  • Jumped 324 places in the rankings to a career high World No.18
  • Named BBC Sports Personality of the Year and awarded an MBE

Heather Watson

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Highlights:

  • Reached the semi-finals of the Viking Classic Birmingham
  • Represented Team GB at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics
  • Helped Great Britain win their Billie Jean King Cup play-off vs Mexico

Harriet Dart

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Highlights:

  • Finalist at the W80 Tyler
  • Defeated both US Open finalists – Leylah Fernandez (Canadian Open) and Emma Raducanu (Viking Open Nottingham)
  • Selected for Great Britain’s Billie Jean King Cup squad
  • Reached new career high ranking of World No.120

Katie Boulter

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Highlights:

  • Won both her singles rubbers for Great Britain in the Billie Jean King Cup play-off vs Mexico
  • Quarter-finalist at the Viking Open Nottingham
  • Pushed World No.2 Aryna Sabalenka to three-sets in Wimbledon classic
  • Climbed 217 ranking places to World No.148

Johanna Konta

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Highlights:

  • Won her fifth career title at the Viking Open Nottingham
  • Became the first British woman to win a singles title on home soil for 40-years
  • Beat former World No.3 Elina Svitolina at the National Bank Open

Men's Singles

Cam Norrie

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Highlights:

  • Won his first ATP title at Los Cabos
  • Became the first Brit to win the ATP Masters Indian Wells
  • Reached six ATP finals in 2021
  • Finalist at the cinch Championships – losing narrowly to Wimbledon finalist Matteo Berrettini
  • Career best performances at the Australian Open, French Open and Wimbledon
  • Rose 62 places in the ATP rankings to a career high World No.12

Dan Evans

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Highlights:

  • Won his first ATP title at the ATP 250 Murray River Open
  • Defeated World No.1 Novak Djokovic at the ATP Masters Monte-Carlo – where he reached the semi-finals
  • Reached the quarter-finals at the Davis Cup with Great Britain
  • Progressed to the fourth round at a Grand Slam for the second time at the US Open
  • New career high ranking of World No.22

Liam Broady

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Highlights:

  • Won his first ATP Challenger event in Biel
  • Reached three ATP Challenger finals
  • Qualified for his first Grand Slam outside of Wimbledon at the French Open
  • Represented Team GB at the Tokyo Olympics – defeating World No.12 Hubert Hurkacz
  • New career high ranking of World No.126

Andy Murray

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Highlights:

  • Reached the third round at Wimbledon
  • Represented Team GB at the Tokyo Olympics in both the singles and doubles
  • Recorded his 103rd career win over a top 10 opponent – defeating Hubert Hurkacz at the Vienna Open
  • Quarter-finalist in Stockholm and Metz, and runner-up at ATP Challenger in Biella

Doubles

Joe Salisbury

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Highlights:

  • US Open men’s doubles champion with American partner, Rajeev Ram
  • French Open and US Open mixed doubles champion with Desirae Krawczyk
  • Won his first ATP Masters title at the Canadian Open
  • Finalist at the Nitto ATP Finals
  • Represented Team GB at the Tokyo Olympics with Andy Murray
  • Reached the quarter-finals at the Davis Cup with Great Britain
  • Finished the season as World No.3

Jamie Murray

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Highlights:

  • Runner-up at the US Open and semi-finalist at Australian Open with Bruno Soares
  • Champion at the Great Ocean Road Open and St Petersburg Open with Bruno Soares
  • Qualified for the Nitto ATP Finals
  • Represented Team GB at the Tokyo Olympics with Neal Skupski
  • Ended the year as World No.19

Neal Skupski

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Highlights:

  • Won his first Grand Slam title in the Wimbledon mixed doubles with Desirae Krawczyk
  • Claimed ATP titles in Acapulco (with Ken Skupski) and San Diego (with Joe Salisbury)
  • Progressed to the ATP Masters Miami final with Dan Evans
  • Represented Team GB at the Tokyo Olympics with Jamie Murray
  • Reached the quarter-finals at the Davis Cup with Great Britain
  • Climbed to a career high ranking of World No.14

Ken Skupski

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Highlights:

  • Won his first ATP 500 title in Acapulco with Neal Skupski
  • Also claimed the ATP title in Sofia with Jonny O’Mara
  • Won the ATP Challenger in Nottingham with Matt Reid

Dan Evans

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Highlights:

  • Reached Monte Carlo ATP Masters Series doubles final
  • Doubles finalist at Miami ATP Masters Series
  • Reached the quarter-finals at the Davis Cup with Great Britain

Heather Watson

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Highlights:

  • Reached the third round of the Wimbledon women’s doubles with Harriet Dart
  • Progressed to the third round of the Australian Open women’s doubles with Leylah Fernandez
  • Finalist at the WTA 250 in Monterrey with Saisai Zheng

Harriet Dart

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Highlights:

  • Wimbledon mixed doubles finalist with Joe Salisbury
  • Won her first WTA Challenger doubles title at the Dow Classic Midland
  • Reached the third round of the Wimbledon women’s doubles with Heather Watson
  • Selected for Great Britain’s Billie Jean King Cup squad

Wheelchair

Alfie Hewett

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Highlights:

  • Completed the calendar Grand Slam in the men’s doubles with Gordon Reid
  • Together with Reid, became Britain’s most successful doubles team in history
  • Won the French Open singles title
  • Claimed his second Paralympic silver medal for men’s doubles at the Tokyo games
  • Reached the singles final at the Australian Open
  • Won his second NEC Wheelchair Singles Masters title and partnered Reid to win their second UNIQLO Wheelchair Doubles Masters
  • Finished the year World No.2 in singles and No.1 in doubles

Gordon Reid

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Highlights:

  • Completed the calendar Grand Slam in the men’s doubles with Alfie Hewett
  • Reid and Hewett became Britain’s most successful doubles team in history
  • Claimed his 19th career Grand Slam trophy
  • Finished single runner-up at Wimbledon
  • Won two Paralympic medals at the Tokyo games (Silver – doubles; Bronze – singles)
  • Ended the year by winning the UNIQLO Doubles Masters with Hewett

Jordanne Whiley

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Highlights:

  • Became the first British woman to win a medal in the wheelchair tennis singles at the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics – winning Bronze
  • Whiley and Lucy Shuker also became the first British pair to win a women’s doubles silver medal
  • Crowned Wimbledon doubles champion for a fifth time with Yui Kamiji
  • Reached the final of the women’s doubles at the French Open

Lucy Shuker

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Highlights:

  • Shuker and Jordanne Whiley became the British first pair to win a women’s doubles silver medal – her third career medal
  • Finished runner-up in the Australian Open and Wimbledon women’s doubles
  • Won the doubles title at the Sardinia Open, while also reaching the singles final
  • Finalist at the inaugural Loughborough Indoor Wheelchair Tennis tournament

Andy Lapthorne

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Highlights:

  • Won quad doubles titles at both the French Open and Wimbledon with David Wagner – taking his tally to 14 major trophies and completing the career Grand Slam
  • Finalist in the quad doubles at the Australian Open and the British Open
  • Semi-finalist in both the singles and doubles at the end of year Masters
  • Represented ParalympicsGB at the 2020 Tokyo games