Evan Hoyt has hit new carer highs in singles and doubles.
The 23-year-old Llanelli player has reached 439 in the world in the singles rankings – one spot higher than his previous career best.
Hoyt’s ranking makes his No 9 in Britain at singles.
And he has moved up eight places to a career high 256 in the world in doubles after claiming his sixth win of the year in Tunisia last week.
6th title since getting back on dubs court in April! Couldn’t be happier 😃 Thanks to Luke for carrying me! pic.twitter.com/ioLI9fcbMR
— Evan Hoyt (@HoytEvan) December 8, 2018
The right-hander and partner Luke Johnson triumphed in the ITF Futures tournament in Monastir.
Johnson was Hoyt’s fifth doubles partner of the year
The British pair clinched the title with a straight sets victory over Italian Marco Bortolotti and Canadian Steven Diez in Monastir.
Hoyt also reached the semi-finals of the singles events in Tunisia having beaten his doubles partner in the quarter-finals.