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RICHMOND SPORTS 2019 MATCHPLAY RACE PRIZES: The Top 4 in each category have been rewarded with a cash voucher and goodie bag from Richmond Sports (2019 prizes tbc), which can be used in either of their stores (Richmond and Sheen). Latest 2019 standings are below!


Finishing TOP of your table: £40 Richmond/Sheen Sports voucher! PLUS a winner's No.1 trophy!

Finishing 2ND in your table: £20 Richmond/Sheen Sports voucher! (Excluding Orange)

Finishing 3RD in your table: £10 Richmond/Sheen Sports voucher! (Excluding Yellow 13+ and Orange)

Finishing 4TH in your table: £5 Richmond/Sheen Sports voucher! (Excluding Yellow 13+ and Orange)

2019 RACE - YELLOW 12U STANDINGS (20th May)


167 - Rosie McDermott

165 - Thomas Hartley

146 - James Chapman

109 - Daniel Rogers-Cumings

101 - Liam Murtagh


54 - Skye Hair

49 - Lam Bleakley

45 - Nicholas Kram

39 - Luca Werbelow

11 - Enrique Julia


7 - Ethan Alexander

7 - Stefan Suvei

4 - Arnav Shinde

0 - Zahra Qadeer

0 - Martha Raitt




Points Record for one season is Tristan Scurr with 397 points in the 2017 season!


2019 RACE - ORANGE STANDINGS (6th May)


74 - Freddie Song-Dusoir

53 - Audrey Song-Dusoir

46 - Uche Urenwoke

20 - Monica Kingston

20 - Ronak Patel


17 - Rohan Gomez

8 - Oliver Hinton

4 - Oliver Benjafield

0 - Ricard Misins

0 - Johann Hellier








Points Record for one season is Skye Hair with 309 points in the 2016 season!




2019 RACE - GREEN STANDINGS (15th Apr)


88 - Lam Bleakley

67 - Dylan Rajapaksa

38 - Martha Raitt

29 - Krishna Wijayasingham

16 - Ken Fujita


10 - Josh Hawkley

7 - Ben Howard

5 - Daniel Rogers-Cumings

4 - Reilly Hosseinian

0 - Vlad Colea


0 - Ricard Misins

0 - Dylan Harrington-To



Points Record for one season is Rosie McDermott with 292 points in the 2017 season!



2019 RACE - YELLOW 13+ STANDINGS (6th May)


176 - Joshua Derks

149 - Tristan Scurr

116 - Jackson Penny
90 - Sam McDermott

81 - Lucas Murtagh


63 - Charlie Richardson

63 - Rohan Madaher

58 - James Eburne

50 - Mackenzie Hair

47 - Arthur Song-Dusoir


47 - Alexis Tughan

39 - Leo Pettit

37 - Haris Williams

30 - Krishna Wijayasingham

19 - Henry Gibbons


15 - Catie Pirkle

9 - Luis Bullinger

8 - Reuben Eburne

4 - Diego Rispoli

4 - Alexander Kolushev


4 - Harry McDonagh

4 - Jack Stephenson

0 - Matthew Lightbody




Points Record for one season is Marcus Tughan with 416 points in the 2017 season!



HOW DOES THE RACE WORK: The race follows the same idea as the ATP race that allows the Top 8 players to qualify for the O2 Finals at the end of the year by collecting points throughout the year. In our case, the Top 4 at the end of the year will qualify for some great prizes!


HOW DO I SCORE POINTS (2019): You score 5 points for winning a match, and 2 points for losing a match.

Bonus Points: 3 bonus points for winning both singles matches in one matchplay, 2 bonus points for winning a match 4-0.

Beating a Top 5 player (from Feb half-term onwards): 5 points for beating 1st place, 4 points beating 2nd place, and so on, down to 1 point for beating 5th place. You ONLY score these points if you were ranked lower in the table on the day of the match.


BEATING A TOP 5 PLAYER: The bonus points for beating Top 5 players will begin from March 2nd 2019, and will only be awarded to players ranked below their opponent on the day of the match, so if 2nd place beats 1st place, 5 bonus points are awarded. However, if 1st place beats 2nd place, the 4 bonus points won't be awarded. March 3rd is set so that by this time league tables will better reflect form and ability. Do check league tables before Matchplay to see if your opponent is a Top 5 player!