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Katie Boulter defends Wimbledon court scheduling after loss despite Harmony Tan admission


“Again, as I said, it’s a privilege for me to be out there in front of many people on the best courts in the world. Hopefully I’m going to win some more matches and I’m going to be put on those courts. I would never expect to be on those courts in the first place.”

Boulter re-iterated that she would have loved to be on Centre but refused to slate the tournament, adding: “But, yeah, I mean, it’s great to be back with your home crowd. I would always like to be in the biggest arena that I could possibly be in. Unfortunately that wasn’t today.”

But even Tan admitted she benefited from facing a Brit on a smaller court when asked whether the scheduling was “better” for her. “Yes, of course, because when you play a Brit on Centre Court, I think there is a lot of people for her,” the Frenchwoman said.



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