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Post Info TOPIC: POLL: How many British wins will we get at the Australian Open 2022?
How many British wins will we get at the Australian Open? [26 vote(s)]

0-10
0.0%
11
0.0%
12
3.8%
13
0.0%
14
0.0%
15
11.5%
16
7.7%
17
3.8%
18
15.4%
19
7.7%
20
15.4%
21
3.8%
22
7.7%
23
3.8%
24
3.8%
25
3.8%
26
3.8%
27-29
7.7%
30-31
0.0%
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0.0%


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POLL: How many British wins will we get at the Australian Open 2022?


WooHoo. I lost. Brilliant news. Well done to both Joe and Neal overnight.

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I need them both to keep going! I picked 20.

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Neal misses out but Joe is through to take our total to 17

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flamingowings wrote:

Neal misses out but Joe is through to take our total to 17


 Almost one third of our voters said 17 to 19 which is where It will land now!



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Joes loss means we finish on 17 wins. It looks
Like one person voted for 17, so time to come
Forward and take a bow , whoever that was!

Thanks to FW for organising this for us!

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brittak wrote:

17 - no real reason other than I like to vote on the lowish side and then I am not disappointed if the GB players do better than that!


 Looks like brittak was our winner of this contest! He probably didnt remember!!



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Probably a bit late to do the French Open version of this poll now the event has started and all the British singles players play tomorrow!

But we should remember to do it for Wimbledon?!

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