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September's player of month nominees - Gordon Reid, Lily Miyazaki, Jack Draper & Joe Salisbury
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Vote: September Player of the Month


With the final Grand Slam of the season wrapped up, it's time for you to have your say and crown the stand-out British tennis stars from September.

Strong runs from the Brits at the US Open and an unforgettable week in Manchester for the Lexus Great Britain Davis Cup team brought plenty of milestone moments last month.

This will certainly be a tough one to call - but now, it's over to you to vote for the players who stood out most to you in September.

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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The nominees

Men’s singles


Dan Evans

  • Reached the third round at the US Open
  • Won both of his singles rubbers at the Davis Cup - beating Alex de Minaur and Arthur Fils

Jack Draper

  • Reached the fourth round of the US Open
  • Made it to the Round of 16 at a Grand Slam for the first time
  • Made his Davis Cup debut at the Group Stages in Manchester, where he won his singles rubber against Thanasi Kokinakkis
  • Finished runner-up at the Orleans Challenger event

Liam Broady

  • Broke into the ATP top 100 for the first time in his career
  • Reached a career best ranking of world No.96
  • Finished runner-up at the Saint-Tropez Challenger

Women’s singles


Katie Boulter

  • Matched her career-best performance at a Grand Slam after reaching the third round at the US Open
  • Came through qualifying to reach the main draw of the China Open

Lily Miyazaki

  • Came through three rounds of qualifying to the main draw of the US Open for the first time in her career
  • Recorded her first main draw Grand Slam win
  • Reached the second round of the US Open

Jodie Burrage

  • Won her first round of a slam outside of The Championships, Wimbledon at the US Open
  • Reached a career-high ranking of world No.92



Joe Salisbury

  • Made history when he and Rajeev Ram became the first men’s doubles pair to win three consecutive US Open titles in the Open Era

Dan Evans & Neal Skupski

  • Won two of their three doubles rubbers at the Davis Cup Finals Group Stages in Manchester
  • Came back from a set down in their deciding doubles rubber against France’s Edouard Roger-Vasselin and Nicolas Mahut to secure Great Britain’s spot in the Final 8 in Malaga

Jamie Murray

  • Crowned Zhuahi men’s doubles champion alongside doubles partner Michael Venus after defeating Nathaniel Lammons and Jackson Withrow in the final



Alfie Hewett

  • Lifted his fourth US Open men’s wheelchair singles trophy after beating fellow Brit Gordon Reid 6-4, 6-3
  • Wrapped up the US Open singles title without dropping a set

Gordon Reid

  • Finished US Open men’s wheelchair singles runner-up
  • Reached the semi-final of the Sardinia Open singles and doubles draws

Lucy Shuker

  • Crowned Sardinia Open doubles champion alongside Aniek Van Koot where the pair lifted the title without dropping a set
  • Recorded her first US Open singles victory after defeating world No.7 Manami Tanaka
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