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Post Info TOPIC: Which British Men's Player will win the most grass court season matches - 2023
Which British player will win the most grass court matches? [38 vote(s)]

Cam Norrie
15.8%
Dan Evans
15.8%
Andy Murray
10.5%
Jack Draper
21.1%
Liam Broady
2.6%
Jan Choinski
5.3%
Ryan Peniston
0.0%
Alastair Gray
0.0%
Billy Harris
0.0%
Paul Jubb
2.6%
Dan Cox
7.9%
Aidan McHugh
2.6%
Charlie Broom
0.0%
Arthur Fery
5.3%
Kyle Edmund
0.0%
Jay Clarke
2.6%
Stuart Parker
2.6%
George Loffhagen
2.6%
Giles Hussey
0.0%
AN Other (please state who you vote for!)
2.6%


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


12 days left. 15 votes in. Jack has most support so far.

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Votes so far (on the basis this is about who you think will get most wins and no one elses votes impact yours!)

AN Other 1
Jay Clarke 1
Arthur Fery 1
Aidan McHugh 1
Jan Choinski 1
Liam Broady 1
Dan Evans 1
Andy Murray 2
Cam Norrie 2
Jack Draper 4

Decent spread here as well!

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I noticed someone had voted for Aidan - hes playing in the USA in the week of Surbiton I noticed , so not sure he is going big on the grass!

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JonH comes home wrote:

I noticed someone had voted for Aidan - hes playing in the USA in the week of Surbiton I noticed , so not sure he is going big on the grass!


 My stupid choice, he has a poor record on grass  which I only checked after your previous comment. I thought he might get wild cards to the bigger tournaments and play in the M25s as of right. I thought Dan Cox would be the popular choice, but nobody has as yet voted for him. I think I will unofficially back him if nobody else does.



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miriam abc wrote:
JonH comes home wrote:

I noticed someone had voted for Aidan - hes playing in the USA in the week of Surbiton I noticed , so not sure he is going big on the grass!


 My stupid choice, he has a poor record on grass  which I only checked after your previous comment. I thought he might get wild cards to the bigger tournaments and play in the M25s as of right. I thought Dan Cox would be the popular choice, but nobody has as yet voted for him. I think I will unofficially back him if nobody else does.


 And Dan won it last time (ie this Race last year!) 

Not sure if Jaggy has voted yet, I would follow his lead!! 



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So, around a week and a half before the first grass court tennis is played, voting closes for the British man you expect to achieve the most wins this grass season on Monday 5th June

16 votes so far - 53 last year!!

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still 16 votes - Jack, Cam and Andy have most support so far.

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10 days left to place a vote here, 16 in so far

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10 players now have votes in this, half the field in effect.

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19 votes here now and Jack D still leads the well spread list

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21 votes now and just over a week to go, 8 days. Jack D has 7 of the 21 votes.

I may actually bring the close date in to next Saturday night, in fact I will, to make sure it closes before qualies at Surbiton start .

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21 votes so far - closes in exactly one week. L

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Evo out of France on day one - could he turn up at Surbiton and one of the atp 250 events as a wild card ?

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Day 2 of the clay and my thoughts firmly fixed on grass! Cant wait for the clay to end, haha.

Votes for this close in 6 days time folks, next Sunday .



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JonH comes home wrote:

Evo out of France on day one - could he turn up at Surbiton and one of the atp 250 events as a wild card ?


He had a complete strop the last time I saw him play at Surbiton

Don't think he liked the place, the people, or just life in general

However, things have moved on a little since then

And would certainly be a crowd attraction smile

 



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