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Career Milestones for Grantees

We are pleased to announce some key milestones achieved by our former grantees as their hard work and high performances award them new career highs.

In February Emma Raducanu broke the WTA top 15 when she secured a ranking of No.12. Emma made history by becoming the first qualifier and youngest British player to win a Grand Slam title at the US Open in 2021.

Harriet Dart has broken into the WTA top 100 for the very first time. After a tremendous run at Indian Wells this month, where she made her way through qualifying to reach the fourth round, Harriet secured a ranking of No.99. Under the sunshine of California she also claimed a win over former world No.3 Elina Svitolina.

Jodie Burrage reached a career high of No.204 this month. Her recent effort and high performance was rewarded with semi-finals in Glasgow and quarter-finals in France.

A consistent level of results over the last couple of years and multiple Grand Slam wins puts Joe Salisbury at the top of the doubles game. Joe now sits at No.2 of the ATP doubles rankings.

Last month Liam Broady peaked at No.116 on the ATP rankings after impressive performances in Delray Beach and Indian Wells where he won his qualifying rounds to reach the main draw of both.

Earlier this year, Jack Draper won his maiden ATP Challenger event with two more titles to his name soon after, Jack topped the top 150 with a career high of No.145.

Congratulations and keep up the incredible work, we enjoy watching your journey.

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