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Vote: November Player of the Month

Despite the 2023 tennis season coming to a close, we were still treated to strong month on the British tennis tours, with many players picking up silverware across the globe.

With so much success to celebrate, this month could be a tough one – vote for your Player of the Month for November.

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

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Voting has now closed - stay tuned for the results of November Player of the Month.

The nominees

Men’s singles:


Jack Draper

  • Crowned champion at the Bergamo Challenger after defeating David Goffin in three sets – marking his first Challenger title of the year
  • Became the youngest British player since Andy Murray in 2009 to reach the final of an ATP event
  • Finished runner-up in his maiden ATP final in Sofia, after being edged by world No,22 Adrian Mannarino in three sets

Billy Harris

  • Recorded his first ATP tour-level win in Sofia, where he reached the Round of 16
  • Quarter-finalist at the Bergamo Challenger, losing out to fellow Brit Jack Draper
  • Reached a career-high ranking of world No.201

Jay Clarke

  • Crowned M25 Antalya singles and doubles champion in the same weekend
  • Wrapped up the singles title without dropping a set
  • Reached the semi-final of the M25 in Antalya the week before
  • Reached the quarter-final of the M25 Sharm El Sheikh

Women’s singles


Katie Boulter

  • Selected to represent Great Britain in their Billie Jean King Cup Play-Off tie against Sweden
  • Won both of her singles matches against Kajsa Rinado Persson and Caijsa Hennemann in straight sets

Harriet Dart

  • Finished runner-up at the W100 event in Takasaki, losing out to Yue Yuan in a tough three set battle
  • Called up to represent Great Britain in their Billie Jean King Cup Play-Off tie against Sweden
  • Secure qualification for her nation to the 2024 Qualifiers following a straight sets victory over Caijsa Hennemann

Lily Miyazaki

  • Semi-finalist at the W100 Takasaki event
  • Reached the quarter-final at the W60 event in Nantes
  • Quarter-finalist at the W40 Yokohama event



Joe Salisbury

  • Crowned back-to-back champions at the Nitto ATP Finals alongside Rajeev Ram
  • Went undefeated throughout the entire tournament
  • Semi-finalist at the Rolex Paris Masters
  • Ended the year at doubles British No.1

Julian Cash

  • Picked up his fifth Challenger title of the year at the Challenger 75 event in Danderyd
  • Finished runner up at the ATP 250 event in Sofia
  • Reached a career-high ranking of world No.47

Sarah Beth Grey & Eden Silva

  • Crowned W60+H Calgary women's doubles champions
  • Dropped only one set en route to the trophy
  • This title marked Grey's fifth doubles title of the year and Silva's second



Alfie Hewett

  • Crowned Wheelchair Tennis Masters singles champion after defeating Gustavo Fernandez in the final
  • Won the Wheelchair Tennis Masters doubles title alongside Gordon Reid to complete the double
  • Finished the season ranked year-end world No.1 in the singles and doubles for the first time in his career

Gordon Reid

  • Crowned Wheelchair Tennis Masters doubles champion alongside Alfie Hewett
  • Finished the year ranked world No.2 in the doubles rankings

Abbie Breakwell

  • Crowned singles champion at the Le Meridien Lav 1 event, where she didn’t drop a single set en route to the title
  • Made it back-to-back titles by picking up the trophy at the Le Meridien Lav 2 event the following week
  • Lifted the doubles titles at the Le Meridien Lav 1 and Le Meridien Lav 2 events alongside Louise Charlotte Willerslev-Olsen
  • Quarter-finalist at the BNP Paribas Yvelines Wheelchair Tournament
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