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Post Info TOPIC: Which British Women's Player will win the most grass court season matches - 2023
Which British player will win the most grass court matches? [37 vote(s)]

Jodie Burrage
27.0%
Katie Boulter
24.3%
Harriet Dart
13.5%
Katie Swan
10.8%
Heather Watson
5.4%
Yuriko Miyazaki
0.0%
Sonay Kartal
8.1%
Naiktha Bains
0.0%
Fran Jones
2.7%
Anna Brogan
5.4%
Eden Silva
0.0%
Eliz Maloney
0.0%
Marni Banks
0.0%
Emily Appleton
0.0%
Maia Lumsden
0.0%
Freya Christie
0.0%
Amanda Carreras
0.0%
Beth Grey
0.0%
Emilie Lindh Gallagher
0.0%
AN Other (please state if you choose someone else!)
2.7%


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Which British Women's Player will win the most grass court season matches - 2023


26 votes, just over a couple of days left - Katie B still has the most support, 8 players have a vote.

Votes close Sunday morning - most entry lists are now published, time to get a vote in!

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27 votes now, 2 days left to vote

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So just tomorrow to have a vote in this folks - in fact Sunday morning at 8.30 approx will be the close.

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Katie Boulter for me. Jodie next then Anna Brogan will surprise everyone and break the top 300 by end of grass season.

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Thanks Jaggy - 28 votes now

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Set to close now at just after 8 Sunday. Last day to vote!

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RJH1962 wrote:

I went for Jodie, just hope she is fit enough.
Could have gone for Katie B If she is fit enough or Katie S, if she is fit enough. I would have gone for Emma but she not fit at all!!!!

Wouldn't it be great if the British women could get a decent run of fitness


 Ditto!!



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Thanks Brittak

Isabelle Lacy - won UKPL today on grass. Could she be an outsider that nobody has voted for? Could be a canny choice !

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Just 8 players with votes compared to 13 in mens. Remember, because this includes qualies wins, its not always the best player who ends up with most wins!

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Jodie for me.

Seems she is fit again and she has been practicing on the grass.

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Jodie equal top pick and of course won this competition last season. As did Dan Cox. Youve gone with repeats Indy , and why not!

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Draws out -

britishtennis.activeboard.com/t69504320/week-23-itf-w100-surbiton-great-britain-grass/

11 hours left to vote

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JonH comes home wrote:

Draws out -

britishtennis.activeboard.com/t69504320/week-23-itf-w100-surbiton-great-britain-grass/

11 hours left to vote


 Sorry got confused - now just under 12 hours left to vote 

 



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Katie S. gets my vote, and hopefully has an injury-free run at the grass tournaments.



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brittak wrote:
RJH1962 wrote:

I went for Jodie, just hope she is fit enough.
Could have gone for Katie B If she is fit enough or Katie S, if she is fit enough. I would have gone for Emma but she not fit at all!!!!

Wouldn't it be great if the British women could get a decent run of fitness


 Ditto!!


Might be too depressing to contemplate but part of me did wonder whether Retirements & Walkovers might be the 20th option and Win! 



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