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Post Info TOPIC: 2018 British Grass Court Season - Which player will win the most Main Draw matches - a Poll!
Which player will win the most main draw UK grass matches in 2018 grass season [35 vote(s)]

Edmund
5.7%
Konta
25.7%
Murray
2.9%
Watson
0.0%
Norrie
5.7%
Naomi Broady
2.9%
Liam Broady
0.0%
Boulter
2.9%
Taylor
11.4%
Dart
5.7%
Dunne
0.0%
Clarke
0.0%
Swan
2.9%
Alex Ward
0.0%
Robson
5.7%
Moore
0.0%
Corrie
0.0%
Glasspool
0.0%
James Ward
0.0%
Evans
28.6%


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2018 British Grass Court Season - Which player will win the most Main Draw matches - a Poll!


Yes, well done to Jon - it was fun.

(Oh, yes, and well done Harriet too )

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Thanks Jon, good fun. I'd gone for Jo.

Such a shame Hev and Naomi made such bad showings, sad but not surprising

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Thanks for the thanks - it really was no hassle at all and I enjoyed tracking it. I wish I was a blob or ABB or one of our other stats gurus and could have done some fancy graphs, but I'm not! Sometimes simple works ok though.

Still doubles to finish off - to be honest I've had a busy few weeks at work and been travelling a lot so doing this has been my way of following the tennis - I didn't see a shot of any event before Wimbledon, have seen maybe.an hour this past week but enjoyed an hour before bedtime updating these records each night - helps relaxation!

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As an aside what might be interesting is to see how many ATP and WTA points each of our players has gathered on the grass? If anyone has the time, id be interested in seeing who has had most success, men and women from that real test of impact?

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Yes thanks Jon, it was fun, and congrats to Harriet and Katie B, as well as Dan in the 3rd position! I must admit, although I voted for Jo too, I felt much more invested in those 3, plus the other 3 in the new wave women's group.

And the doubles is still intriguing with 4 pairs left in the men's doubles competition...

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Michael D wrote:

Yes thanks Jon, it was fun, and congrats to Harriet and Katie B, as well as Dan in the 3rd position! I must admit, although I voted for Jo too, I felt much more invested in those 3, plus the other 3 in the new wave women's group.

And the doubles is still intriguing with 4 pairs left in the men's doubles competition...


 and Heather in the ladies of course. Part of me was tempted to add in mixed but I decided against it. Perhaps a separate one event mixed table at the end! 

 



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I dont think we ever got to the full low down on who voted for Harriet and Katie B. CD and The Optimist I recall,not sure who others where. As a Dan voter it was interesting to see how politics changed the direction of this whole process! He was slam dunk to win until Queens amd then it went pear shaped pear

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Well, with what turned out to be a v good day in doubles today, here are the latest (note as per first post in this thread, walkovers count as a win, so Heather gained a win today in ladies doubless). Also note, this doesnt count mixed.

Position Wins

1 N. Skupski 12
2 J. Salisbury 10 - moves equal 2nd and can reach 13 wins with a title. All to play for Joe!
K. Skupski 10
4 D. Inglot 8 - can reach 11 wins with a title
L. Bambridge 8
J. O'Mara 8
7 H. Watson 7 - can reach 10 wins with a title
8 J. Murray 6 - can reach 9 wins with a title
9 S. Clayton 4
H. Dart 4
K. Dunne 4
A. Smith 4
13 L. Broady 3
N. Broady 3
15 O. Nicholls 2
K. Edmund 2
L. Robson 2
18 J. Konta 1
K. Boulter 1
G. Taylor 1
S.B. Grey 1
T. Moore 1



-- Edited by JonH on Monday 9th of July 2018 08:26:42 PM

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JonH wrote:

I dont think we ever got to the full low down on who voted for Harriet and Katie B. CD and The Optimist I recall,not sure who others where. As a Dan voter it was interesting to see how politics changed the direction of this whole process! He was slam dunk to win until Queens amd then it went pear shaped pear


 Just counting up 3 folks voted Harriet or Katie B - CD, The Optimist, who was the other person who got it "correct"??! 



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doubles update - well, well - genuinely didnt see this coming!

1 N. Skupski 12
2 J. Salisbury 11 - moves 2nd and can reach 13 wins with a title. Go joe!
3. K. Skupski 10
4 D. Inglot 9 - can reach 11 wins with a title - lets hope an all Brit final occurs!
5L. Bambridge 8
J. O'Mara 8
7 H. Watson 7 - can reach 10 wins with a title
8 J. Murray 6
9 S. Clayton 4
H. Dart 4
K. Dunne 4
A. Smith 4
13 L. Broady 3
N. Broady 3
15 O. Nicholls 2
K. Edmund 2
L. Robson 2
18 J. Konta 1
K. Boulter 1
G. Taylor 1
S.B. Grey 1
T. Moore 1



-- Edited by JonH on Tuesday 10th of July 2018 09:01:16 PM



-- Edited by JonH on Wednesday 11th of July 2018 07:28:13 AM

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So, just to left, Joe with a live chance of winning the grass court doubles race

doubles update - well, well - genuinely didnt see this coming!

1 N. Skupski 12
2 J. Salisbury 11 - moves 2nd and can reach 13 wins with a title. Go joe!
3. K. Skupski 10
4 D. Inglot 9 - can reach 11 wins with a title - lets hope an all Brit final occurs!
5L. Bambridge 8
J. O'Mara 8
7 H. Watson 7
8 J. Murray 6
9 S. Clayton 4
H. Dart 4
K. Dunne 4
A. Smith 4
13 L. Broady 3
N. Broady 3
15 O. Nicholls 2
K. Edmund 2
L. Robson 2
18 J. Konta 1
K. Boulter 1
G. Taylor 1
S.B. Grey 1
T. Moore 1



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And so, disappointingly, the doubles is done: congrats to Neal for a good grass campaign and generally to our doubles players for a good few weeks.

And my work is done here! Toodle pip!

1 N. Skupski 12
2 J. Salisbury 11
3. K. Skupski 10
4 D. Inglot 9
5L. Bambridge 8
J. O'Mara 8
7 H. Watson 7
8 J. Murray 6
9 S. Clayton 4
H. Dart 4
K. Dunne 4
A. Smith 4
13 L. Broady 3
N. Broady 3
15 O. Nicholls 2
K. Edmund 2
L. Robson 2
18 J. Konta 1
K. Boulter 1
G. Taylor 1
S.B. Grey 1
T. Moore 1

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JonH wrote:



And my work is done here! Toodle pip!


Until next year wink

Thanks for your efforts.  It was fun to follow.



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Thanks for all the updates Jon! Much appreciated.

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Indeed, thanks guys. Maybe I should do a similar thing for the British futures hardcourt season, covering all 3 futures and ITF events...mm. Maybe Not!

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