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How many British wins will we get at Wimbledon 2019? [25 vote(s)]

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0.0%
2-3
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4-5
0.0%
6-7
8.0%
8-9
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10-11
4.0%
12-13
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14-15
8.0%
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8.0%
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8.0%
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8.0%
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16.0%
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38 plus
8.0%


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RE: How many British wins will we get at Wimbledon 2019?


Coup Droit wrote:
brittak wrote:

Must be one of the rare occasions where all British singles entries are intact after the first day!
Well done Heather and Kyle.


Yes - what will the poor tabloids find to lead with tomorrow?? All those doom and gloom GB tennis headlines have been shelved (at least for a day)......biggrin

We might even get a few nice words...... or maybe just a few photos of Coco smiling .....smile


In the Guardian just overcome with the awe of it all.

https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2019/jul/01/cori-coco-gauff-beats-venus-williams-wimbledon-first-round



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And Dan makes 3.

Come on Harriet and Wardy

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Harriet makes it 4 from 4 for GB so far.

Comfortable with my 38+ at the moment.

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Bob in Spain wrote:

Harriet makes it 4 from 4 for GB so far.

Comfortable with my 38+ at the moment.


They haven't got to my 15 yet!



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Bob in Spain wrote:

Harriet makes it 4 from 4 for GB so far.

Comfortable with my 38+ at the moment.


This is singles Bob, so far, you know we dominate at singles. 4 from 4 is normal.

Wait for the doubles, that will burst your balloon!



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Cam takes us to 5 wins. Hopefully a couple more (at least) in the pipeline today.

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5/7 is pretty impressive, and even in one of those defeats, the opponent was 0-2 down and serving to stay in the match. Konta a set up, Jay 1-1, and Jubb still to come. If we can get 7/10 it would be fantastic.

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Keep 'em coming. Jo makes 6. So just 32 (or more) to go.

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The folks who voted for 6-7 on this poll might soon find they are out of the game!

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These are our records the past few years:

2015 - 26 (comprising 9 MS, 2 WS, 9 MD, 4 WD, 2 XD)

2016 - 31 (comprising 9 MS, 2 WS, 8 MD, 4 WD, 8 XD)

2017 - 40 (comprising 7 MS, 7 WS, 7 MD, 2 WD, 17 XD)

2018 - 36 (comprising 2 MS, 3 WS, 14 MD, 4 WD, 13 XD)

So with 3 mens singles and 3 womens singles wins so far on day 2, we have out done last seasons performance. And with Jay looking good at the moment and Paul to come, that may head higher. Decent start I have to say, good on the Brits

Lets hope it carries over iinto the Womens World Cup Semi tonight v USA!

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Lucky number 7. Thank you Jay.

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Stuart Fraser
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Seven British players through to the second round at #Wimbledon so far, the most since 2006 (7). If Paul Jubb wins this evening to make it eight, then it's the most since 1997 (9).

5:17 pm 2 Jul 2019



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Cheers for that. I was wondering how this total stood.

Anyway, let's not be having Bob's lucky number.



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Good first couple of days. Total stands at 7, with a bunch of doubles due tomorrow

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Andy Murray/Serena Williams confirmed for the Mixed Doubles. A few more wins in the pipeline, I hope.

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