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Katie Boulter, Cam Norrie, Joe Salisbury & Alfie Hewett lead nominations for LTA Player of the Year 2024


As we wrap up another incredible year for Great Britain’s tennis stars, it’s time to look back and reflect on some of the biggest achievements of the season and cast your votes for Player of the Year.

The 2024 Player of the Year Awards highlight and acknowledge the British players who had standout performances during the 2023 season.

This year, our Advantage members will get to vote for their favourite British players in the following categories:

  • Women's singles
  • Men's singles
  • Doubles
  • Wheelchair

Voting will close on Thursday 11 January at 23:59. 

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The nominations

Women's singles

Harriet Dart


  • Started 2023 by representing Great Britain at the inaugural United Cup and helped the team to finish top of Group D with wins against Australia and Spain.
  • Selected to represent Great Britain in their Billie Jean King Cup qualifying tie against France in April as Britain's highest-ranked player.
  • Made back-to-back WTA Tour level quarter-finals at the Rothesay Open Nottingham and Rothesay Classic Birmingham in June.
  • Beat Cajsa Hennemann 7-5, 6-2 to secure Great Britain's nation's spot in the 2024 Billie Jean King Cup.

Jodie Burrage


  • Reached her first WTA Tour final at the Rothesay Open Nottingham in June, where she was beaten by fellow Brit Katie Boulter.
  • Won her first Grand Slam match with a 6-2, 6-3 win against American Caty McNally at Wimbledon in July.
  • Reached a career-high ranking of No.85 in September and finished 2023 ranked at No.91.
  • Became LTA Colour Holder No.324 when she stepped on court to represent Great Britain in the Billie Jean King Cup Play-Off tie against Sweden.

Katie Boulter


  • Claimed her first WTA Tour title by winning the Rothesay Open Nottingham in June, beating fellow British player Jodie Burrage in the final.
  • Became British No.1 for the first time in her career after a run to the semi-finals at the Lexus Surbiton Trophy in May.
  • Reached a career-high ranking of No.50 in September and finished 2023 ranked at No.55.
  • Picked up her 10th Billie Jean King Cup win during the Play-Off tie against Sweden in November as she beat Cajsa Hennemann 6-2, 6-1, before clinching another vital win over Kasja Rinaldo Persson, 6-1, 7-6(5) on day two to help Great Britain reach the 2024 Qualifiers.

Men's singles

Andy Murray


  • Started 2023 with an epic five-set win against world No.14 Matteo Berrettini at the Australian Open, where he went on to reach the third round.
  • Reached the final of the Qatar Open after wins against Lorenzo Sonego, Alexandre Muller, Alexander Zverev and rising star Jiri Lehecka before losing against Daniil Medvedev in the final.
  • Won his first ATP Challenger title since 2019 in Aix-en-Provence, France, after clinching a 2-6, 6-1, 6-2 victory over top seed Tommy Paul. He went on to win ATP Challenger titles at the Lexus Surbiton Trophy and the Rothesay Open Nottingham.
  • Secured a vital win for Great Britain's Davis Cup team against Switzerland's Leandro Riedi, as the team secured progress from the Group Stages in Manchester last September.

Cam Norrie


  • Beat world No.2 Carlos Alcaraz to win the ATP 500 Rio Open in February.
  • Won singles matches against Colombia's Nicolas Barrientos and Nicolas Mejia to seal Great Britain's passage to the Davis Cup Finals group stage in February.
  • Reached the quarter-finals at the cinch Championships at The Queen's Club after wins against Miomir Kecmanovic and Jordan Thompson.
  • Played for Great Britain in the Davis Cup Finals group stage and the Davis Cup Final 8, where he lost 6-4, 6-4 against Serbia's Novak Djokovic in the finals in Malaga. Norrie ended the year as Great Britain's No.1 ranked player.

Dan Evans


  • Clinched the second ATP Tour title of his career by winning the Citi Open in Washington in August. The victory saw him achieve a career-high ranking of 21.
  • Reached the third round of the US Open for the fifth time before losing against world No.1 and reigning champion Carlos Alcaraz 6-2, 6-3, 4-6, 6-3.
  • Turned in a thrilling performance for in the Davis Cup Final group stage that included a 6-1, 2-6, 6-4 win over Australia's world No.12 Alex De Minaur. He then teamed up with Neal Skupski to win the crucial double match that secured Great Britain's place in the Davis Cup Final 8 in Malaga.
  • Also teamed up with Skupski to win a crucial doubles match in Great Britain's Davis Cup Qualifiers win against Colombia in February.

Jack Draper


  • Selected to represent Great Britain for the first time in his career at Davis Cup Qualifiers in Colombia in February. He went on to play his first match in the Finals Group Stage in Manchester, beating Australia's Thanasi Kokkinakis in a thrilling match as he became LTA Colour Holder No.323. He also played in the Davis Cup Final 8 in Malaga, losing against Serbia's Miomir Kecmanovic.
  • Beat fellow Brits Dan Evans and Andy Murray to reach the last-16 at the ATP 1000 event at Indian Wells in March.
  • Returned to action after a spell out due to injury to reach the last-16 at the US Open, in a run that included a win against No.17 seed Hubert Hurkacz.
  • Clinched his first title of the season at the Bergamo Challenger event at the beginning of November, beating David Goffin in the final. He went on to reach his first ATP Tour final at the Sofia Open a week later, losing a tight final against France's Adrian Mannarino.

Liam Broady


  • Broke into the top 100 of the ATP rankings for the first time in his career, reaching a high of No.93 in September.
  • Reached the third round at Wimbledon for the second successive year, beating world No.4 Casper Ruud on Centre Court in the second round.
  • In February, Broady lifted his second ATP Challenger title by winning the Vilinus Open in Lithuania with a win against Czech player Zdenek Kolar in the final.
  • Selected to join the Lexus Great Britain Davis Cup team at the Davis Cup Finals in Malaga after Andy Murray's withdrawal due to injury.


Heather Watson


  • Finished the year as the women’s doubles British No.1 ranked at world No.72
  • Won her fifth WTA doubles title at the BNP Paribas Warsaw Open with Yanina Wickmayer
  • Clinched the W40 Quinta Do Lago trophy alongside Australia’s Olivia Gadecki
  • Finished runner-up at the Rothesay Open Nottingham with Harriet Dart, as well as making finals at the Abierto Tampico, Creand Andorra Open and W100 Dubai
  • Watson was selected for the Lexus Great Britian Billie Jean King Cup squad for the Qualifier against France and Play-Off tie with Sweden

Jamie Murray


  • Won four ATP tour doubles titles with doubles partner Michael Venus, emerging victorious at the Dallas Open, Srpska Open, Geneva Open and the Zhuhai Championships.
  • Reached the final of the Cincinnati Masters in August and had a match point in the final before losing against Argentine duo Maximo Gonzalez and Andres Molteni.
  • Finished at No.10 in the Race to Turin doubles rankings, narrowing missing out on a place in the ATP Finals.
  • Recorded a 45-24 winning record alongside Venus over the course of 2023.

Joe Salisbury


  • Won the US Open doubles title for the third time in September alongside partner Rajeev Ram, as they became the first team to win the Flushing Meadows title in three consecutive years.
  • The US Open win was one of four titles in 2023 for Salisbury and Ram, as they also won in Lyon, Vienna and at the ATP Finals.
  • Achieved a 37-19 winning record with partner Ram in 2023.
  • Selected to represent Great Britain in the Davis Cup qualifying tie against Colombia in February and the Final 8 in Malaga in November.

Maia Lumsden


  • Won four ITF World Tennis Tour doubles titles in 2023.
  • Lifted her first title of the year alongside fellow Brit Ella McDonald at the W25 Glasgow event in February.
  • Joined forces with fellow British player Naiktha Bains for the W25 Nottingham event, where they were crowned doubles champions after overcoming Rutuja Bhosale and Ankita Raina 6-1, 6-4 in the final.
  • With Bains, they became the first British women’s doubles pair to reach the quarter-finals of The Championships since 1983
  • Teamed up with France's Jessika Ponchet for the doubles event at the W60 Open Capfinances Rouen Metropoole in October, where the pair defeated Anna Bondar and Kimberley Zimmermann 6-3, 7-6(4) to win the final.

Neal Skupski


  • Won the Wimbledon doubles title for the first time alongside Dutch partner Wesley Koolhof, beating Marcel Granollers and Horacio Zeballos 6-4, 6-4. The win saw Skupski become the first British player to win the title since Jonathan Marray in 2012.
  • Teamed up with Dan Evans to secure a crucial doubles win for Great Britain in the Davis Cup Qualifiers against Colombia in February. The duo combined again to win a decisive doubles match against France in September to book Great Britain's place in the Davis Cup Final 8 in Malaga.
  • Compiled a 51-24 winning record on the ATP Tour in 2023.
  • Skupski and Koolhof finished in 4th place in the ATP Race to Turin doubles rankings.


Alfie Hewett


  • Won the Australian Open and US Open singles titles.
  • Alongside partner Gordon Reid, he won the first three major titles of 2023, including the Wimbledon wheelchair doubles championship for a fifth time.
  • Finished 2023 as year-end world No.1 for the first time in his career after he clinched the double at the Wheelchair Tennis Masters.
  • Won the men's singles champion at the Lexus British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championship for the second time in three years in August after a 6-0, 6-2 win over Belgium’s Joachim Gerard in the final.

Andy Lapthorne


  • Won the French Open quad doubles title with Donald Ramphadi, beating Heath Davidson and Robert Shaw 1-6, 6-2, 10-3 in the final.
  • Crowned champion of the British Grass Court Wheelchair Tennis Tournament in Eastbourne after overcoming Greg Slade and Gary Cox in straight sets.
  • Reached the US Open quad doubles final with Ramphadi where they missed out on the silverware to Niels Vink and Sam Schroder in a 6-1, 6-2 defeat.
  • Won his third Bolton ITF 2 title in February, beating British No.2 and seventh seed Slade 6-2, 6-3 in the final.

Gordon Reid


  • After recovering from injury problems in 2022, he won three Grand Slam titles alongside doubles partner Alfie Hewett at the Australian Open, French Open and Wimbledon.
  • Runner-up to Hewett in the US Open final, reaching the singles final at Flushing Meadows for the first time in his career.
  • Won the doubles title with Hewett at the Lexus British Open Wheelchair Championships in August.
  • Concluded the year by being crowned Wheelchair Tennis Masters doubles champion alongside Hewett after the pair defeated Gustavo Fernandez and Martin de la Puente 3-6, 6-2, 10-6 in the final.

Lucy Shuker


  • Joined forces with the Netherlands' Aniek Van Koot to compete at the Sardinia Open, where the pair defeated Pauline Deroulede and Emmanuelle Morch 6-3, 6-2 in the final to lift the trophy.
  • Clinched her first US Open main draw win against Manami Tanaka and then bowed out in the quarter-finals after losing to top seed Diede De Groot 6-2, 6-0.
  • Teamed up with Dana Mathewson in March at the Georgia Open where the pair claimed their seventh women’s doubles title as a partnership. The pair went on to win the Belgian Open title in July.
  • Won the Catalonia Open in October alongside Aniek Van Koot, beating French duo Pauline Deroulede and Emmanuelle Morch 6-7(3), 7-5, 10-4 in the final.
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