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Women's Fed cup qualifying. Against KazakhstanUh... OK
So Coach do you tell your pupils the British number one is rubbish? And isn't that a bit counterproductive?
Turns out my accusations are as stupid as your predictions
Im glad you don't coach me
I am not a troll.She will still lose the 3rd set.Been watching tennis for 50 years and also a coach so get your facts right before you make stupid accusations.
9 I don't often respond to trolls but the highest seed plays the lowest seed first and Konta is the highest seed
Konta is awful.Always has been and always will be.Watson and Robson are finished.Boulter is now the best British player and should have played first.Konta is just a bag of nerves and only has one game plan.Thats why she has dropped so far in the rankings.
7 Sexist? What an Earth are you talking about?The BBC cannot broadcast it because BT Sports have the rights it is as simple as that it is not like they are choosing to not show it
I simply can't believe that this is not being televised by BBC. The bias of BBC in relation to important current issues which is well documented is bad enough but NOT TO SHOW THE FED CUP ??? It is sex discrimination in the extreme. The performance in of the British team in Bath was a totally enthralling and - up to the very last second - most exciting sporting experience. Absolute disgrace.
4. Posted by early doors on41 minutes agoNo interest in Mickey mouse tennisThen why read the story and post about it? You're a smart one aren't ya!
2 and 3 it is live on Facebook via the LTA page
No interest in Mickey mouse tennisHappy Easter
Third time lucky for GB. Could be the next step for Boulder to become a contender on the tour - good luck one and all - shame I can't actually watch any of it.
Shameful that this tournament, so important for the progress of the women's game in this country, can only be viewed on a subscription channel.All the BBC can now offer are snooker and darts (which are actually not sports but indoor games), presumably because it costs them far less to provide two static cameras and commentators who mumble a load of nonsense.
Harriet Dart and Katie Swan did enough in Bath to earn their places in the doubles rubber whether it is live or not
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