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Post Info TOPIC: 2019 Grass Court Season - Which British player will win the most MAIN DRAW DOUBLES matches - a Poll!
Which British player will win most grass court MAIN draw mens or womens doubles matches in 2019 Grass season [22 vote(s)]

Watson
13.6%
Dart
0.0%
N. Broady
0.0%
Konta
4.5%
Bains
0.0%
Smith
0.0%
Grey
4.5%
Christie
0.0%
Dunne
0.0%
AN Other - women
4.5%
J. Murray
13.6%
Salisbury
22.7%
Inglot
0.0%
N. Skupski
27.3%
Bambridge
4.5%
O'Mara
4.5%
K. Skupski
0.0%
Clayton
0.0%
Edmund
0.0%
AN Other - men
0.0%


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2019 Grass Court Season - Which British player will win the most MAIN DRAW DOUBLES matches - a Poll!


Ah-ha, someone caught me out with this move, albeit it had been muted!

Anyway, good stuff!

One doubles win today and Dan and Lloyd get a good win over Bambo and Jonny. The upshot is that the new table is: Dan joins Joe, Andy and Dom at the top although a round ahead. suspect that no one the board predicted Dan or Andy leading the way at doubles but there we are. Hoping for several more wins this week.

1 D. Evans 4
J. Salisbury 4
A. Murray 4
D. Inglot 4
5 K. Skupski 3
L. Bambridge 3
L. Glasspool 3
N. Broady 3
H. Watson 3
10 J. Murray 2
L. Broady 2
N. Skupski 2
S. Clayton 2
14 A. Barnett 1
E. Appleton 1
E. Silva 1
E. Webley-Smith 1
J. O'Mara 1
K. Dunne 1
N. Bains 1
O. Nicholls 1
S. Murray 1
S.B. Grey 1


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'Twas me that shifted your grass season singles and doubles prediction threads. Trust OK. If not, blame Bob who indicated that you were OK with it

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indiana wrote:

'Twas me that shifted your grass season singles and doubles prediction threads. Trust OK. If not, blame Bob who indicated that you were OK with it


 dinna worry, it is all good. Yeah, in some other thread I had thumbsed up it with Bob, makes sense to be fair so I am all in favour.

It does leave my Qualifiers list thread sitting on its own in general though and, although not a prediction thread, it sits more easily along the singles and doubles ones?

As an aside, you could also move the old Roland Garros wins thread and last years grass threads across? Ill bump them to top so you can find them?  

 

 



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So lots of action today in doubles - Andy, Cam, Ken and Neal, Scott and James, Dom and from the womens side Harriet and Heather. Lots of those are in the melee for winning the Brits Doubles Race so should be interesting today!

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So lots of excitement ahead of today and little delivery, a very disappointing day. With Dom the only winner, to join Dan and Lloyd in the quarters, the leader is now Dom again and one of him or Dan will top the table at the end of the week. Some thing if Dan tops both singles and doubles! For now well done Dom again! Still loads to play for at Wimbledon!

1 D. Inglot 5
2 D. Evans 4
J. Salisbury 4
A. Murray 4
5 K. Skupski 3
L. Bambridge 3
L. Glasspool 3
N. Broady 3
H. Watson 3
10 J. Murray 2
L. Broady 2
N. Skupski 2
S. Clayton 2
14 A. Barnett 1
E. Appleton 1
E. Silva 1
E. Webley-Smith 1
J. O'Mara 1
K. Dunne 1
N. Bains 1
O. Nicholls 1
S. Murray 1
S.B. Grey 1


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Worth noting that none of us voted for Dan (AN Other man) or Dom in the poll, so this could turn out quite a shock!

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As it stands, anyone from GB playing Wimbledon can currently still win this Race. Gonna be a right old tussle!

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JonH wrote:

Worth noting that none of us voted for Dan (AN Other man) or Dom in the poll, so this could turn out quite a shock!


 Next year you will have to put Dan in...guess nobody felt Dom's form was particularly strong - which it wasn't. Can be tricky with mainly singles players (which Dan is) and how much doubles rhey end up playing.



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Indeed and probably exacerbated by the relatively poor form of the other doubles players. Last season 3 players reached double figures and neal won with 12 wins. Looks highly unlikely anyone will reach double figures this season.

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So Dom is todays only winner and opens up a 2 win gap, with more maybe to come

1 D. Inglot 6
2 D. Evans 4
J. Salisbury 4
A. Murray 4
5 K. Skupski 3
L. Bambridge 3
L. Glasspool 3
N. Broady 3
H. Watson 3
10 J. Murray 2
L. Broady 2
N. Skupski 2
S. Clayton 2
14 A. Barnett 1
E. Appleton 1
E. Silva 1
E. Webley-Smith 1
J. O'Mara 1
K. Dunne 1
N. Bains 1
O. Nicholls 1
S. Murray 1
S.B. Grey 1


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So close for Dan and Lloyd today - hope they can take advantage of their WC next week. (And hope they get on No1 court late on Wednesday !)

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JonH wrote:

So Dom is todays only winner and opens up a 2 win gap, with more maybe to come

1 D. Inglot 6
2 D. Evans 4
J. Salisbury 4
A. Murray 4
5 K. Skupski 3
L. Bambridge 3
L. Glasspool 3
N. Broady 3
H. Watson 3
10 J. Murray 2
L. Broady 2
N. Skupski 2
S. Clayton 2
14 A. Barnett 1
E. Appleton 1
E. Silva 1
E. Webley-Smith 1
J. O'Mara 1
K. Dunne 1
N. Bains 1
O. Nicholls 1
S. Murray 1
S.B. Grey 1


 So no change today and this is the table heading into Wimbledon. In essence, anyone on this list that is playing wimbledon could stand a chance of winning, although clearly some will need stellar performances. 

 

Nonetheless,  wide open. 



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Bit tough to replicate Wimbledon last year for particularly men's wins. For starters Dom and Joe were in losing SF pairs, and Jamie reached the QF as did Heather in the women's. So nae much chance of catching up on last year's overall total. 

22 doubles wins in all at last year's Wimbledon ( 17 men, 5 women ) counting 1 for each GB player win.



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So last season we had 114 wins in the grass season, so far this year 51 (36 mens, 15 womens) so if we hit Indy's 22 above we are still well short of last season.

So a disappointing doubles grass season but on the plus side this race is wide open!

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Of the first four so far only Joe has any votes, and two of the four - Dan and Andy - aren't even on the poll!

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