On Air Night Flight | Midnight - 6:00am

Tennis: Career-high ranking for Billy Harris

Billy Harris (credit Instagram/Billy Harris)

Manx player in action at Queen's Club this week

Manx tennis player Billy Harris has climbed up to 162nd in the ATP World Rankings - the highest of his career.

The 29-year-old jumps up 21 places after reaching the semi-finals at the Rothesay Open in Nottingham.

Harris beat two higher ranked players on his way to the last four, before losing in straight sets to Charles Broom.

Having also reached the semi-finals at the Surbiton Trophy this month, Harris's form has seen him linked with a Wimbledon wildcard, with the All England Club due to announce its wildcard selections later this week.

The British number six is due to be in action again this week when he competes at Queen's Club - other players competing at the event include reigning Wimbledon men's singles champion Carlos Alcaraz, two-time Wimbledon champion Andy Murray and top ranked British player Jack Draper.

More from Isle of Man Sport