James Duckworth, auch genannt Duckman, fing im Alter von sieben Jahren an Tennis zu spielen. absolvierte er erstmals ein Match auf der ATP-Tour. james duckworth atp. James Duckworth (* Januar in Sydney) ist ein australischer Tennisspieler. Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Leben und Karriere; 2 Erfolge. Einzel.
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This was his second Challenger final , but lost to Thiemo de Bakker. Duckworth qualified for the French Open but lost in round one to Leonardo Mayer.
In June, Duckworth qualified for the Aegon Championships and made round 2, where he lost in a close three-set match against the No.
Duckworth qualified for Wimbledon Championships and in round 1, lead Richard Gasquet 2 sets to 1, before ultimately losing in 5.
In July, Duckworth competed in the Lexington Challenger where he defeated countrymen Jordan Thompson in round 2 and Thanasi Kokkinakis in the semi-final.
He defeated Brit James Ward , 6—3, 6—4 in the final. This was his first Challenger Title. Duckworth was beaten in round 2 of qualifying at the US Open.
In November, Duckworth made the final of the Charlottesville Challenger. He defeated Brit Liam Broady in the final on 2 November, this was his second career challenger tour.
Duckworth finished with a career-high ranking of No. As with the previous three years, Duckworth commenced his season at the Brisbane International after being awarded a wild card.
In round 1, he caused an upset, defeating world no. In February, Duckworth was the no. He lost in round 2 at Delhi and lost in the final of Kolkata to Radu Albot.
At Indian Wells , Duckworth qualified and defeated Dominic Thiem in round 1 before losing to Fernando Verdasco , as a result of his performance, he secured a top ATP ranking for the first time in his career.
He then returned to the challenger tour playing in San Luis , Anning and Bordeaux where he lost in the semi-finals, quarter-finals and second round respectively.
Duckworth then played in the Tour event in Nice where he defeated lucky losers Frances Tiafoe and Quentin Halys to reach his second ATP tour quarterfinal of and his career.
At Wimbledon , Duckworth came back from 2 sets to 0 down again Malek Jaziri to win in five sets, posting his first win at Wimbledon.
He played a number of challenger events to finish the season making the quarter finals in Ho Chi Minh , Ningbo and Knoxville. Duckworth ended the year with a ranking of Duckworth again commenced the year at the Brisbane International , but lost in round 1 to Dominic Thiem.
Duckworth tore a flexor tendon in his right elbow after the Australian Open, he then broke his left wrist doing sprints and sidelined Duckworth for four months.
His ranking dropped to outside the top Duckworth's grass season was unsuccessful, winning just one match in qualifying.
In July, Duckworth qualified for the main draw at the Citi Open , losing in the second round to the number 1 seed, John Isner.
Duckworth lost in the final round of qualifying for Rogers Cup and again in Atlanta Open , both in final set tie-breaks.
At the US Open , Duckworth was awarded a wild-card. He defeated Robin Haase in round 1. In November, Duckworth won his second and third Challenger titles of the year, defeating compatriot and maiden finalist Marc Polmans in Canberra and Tatsuma Ito in Japan.
Duckworth commenced the season at the Australian Open where he received direct entry for the first time in his career.
He lost to Paolo Lorenzi in round 1. Shortly after the loss, Duckworth underwent a foot surgery. In January, Duckworth attempted to play the Brisbane International and Australian Open , falling in qualifying in both.
Duckworth next played the French Open losing to Marin Cilic in round 1. Duckworth lost to Alexander Zverev in the first round of Wimbledon.
This was his first title in 2 years. In May, Duckworth lost in the first round of qualifying for the French Open and in June, the second round of qualifying at Wimbledon.
In July, Duckworth returned to the challenger tour in Asian challenger tour reaching the final of the Yokkaichi Challenger and winning Baotou.
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QF Last updated on: 22 March Grand Slam Tournaments. He started with one pound of tea divided into two-pounce packets, and the business thrived while his health recovered.
In he and his wife opened their first shop on the Oldham Road, followed in by a warehouse on Whitehall Street from where he started as a wholesale business.
More shops followed, as did more warehouses: the second opened in John Street , and the third in The business which was popularly known as "Jimmy Duck's" continued to prosper and was incorporated in as a limited company formally called "James Duckworth Ltd",  with his only son, also called James Duckworth, as vice-chairman.
Duckworth attributed the success of his business to selling for cash at the lowest margins possible, and to selling goods "not because they were cheap but because they were good value".
He claimed to be "the first to open shops in country districts and sell goods at the same prices as we sold them at in the town", and said that his methods reduced prices by between "five to seven-and-a-half per cent".
He retired as chairman and managing director in , but retained his seat on the board. Duckworth's commercial involvement extended beyond his own family firm.
His other business interests included involvement in the cotton industry in the Stockport area, and to newspapers as proprietor of both the Manchester Weekly Chronicle and the Cheshire and County News He also bought the Rochdale Coffee House Company, partly for commercial gain but also in support of temperance and to create in each of the taverns a large room fitted with cubicles for the accommodation of working men who needed temporary lodgings.
Duckworth had been a reformer since his youth, driven by own impoverished beginnings and inspired by attending the speeches of the Radical politician John Bright.
Bright's colleague Richard Cobden represented the town for six years, and Duckworth was present for Cobden's last speech, delivered in November in Robinson's warehouse in Rochdale.
He had entered local political politics, standing at the November elections to Rochdale Town Council in the Tory-held Castleton North ward, but did not win a seat.
He was defeated a few weeks later at a council by-election in Castleton West, but finally made it onto the council in December when he was elected unopposed at another by-election in Castleton West.
He became mayor of Rochdale for two years in , and held the office for a further two terms from to He was mayor for a final term from to He first stood for election to the House of Commons at a by-election in May in Warwick and Leamington , where he lost to the Liberal Unionist candidate, Alfred Lyttelton.
He did not contest the seat at the subsequent general election in July , when Lyttelton was returned unopposed. However, two years later he stood at the by-election in November in the Middleton division of Lancashire , following the death of the Conservative MP Thomas Fielden.
Duckworth returned to Parliament six years later, at the general election , when he won one of the two seats in the Borough of Stockport.
However, he did not defend the seat at the January general election , by which time he was 70 years old.
He was knighted on 18 December  and died in , aged He was a leading figure in the UMFC denomination. In he was made president of the Annual Assembly.
As a layman he was one of only two to be given this honour. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. British politician - Leigh Rayment's House of Commons pages.
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