Katie Boulter hoping to force Wimbledon's hands after Harmony Tan thrashing on Court Two


Katie Boulter is hoping she gives Wimbledon no choice but to put her on a showcourt in the future after crashing out of the tournament to Harmony Tan.

When asked whether she felt it might have helped had 15,000 fans inside Centre Court helped her instead of being on a smaller court, Boulter said: “Totally understand that.

“Look, the crowd tried their best today. I’m not sure, whether I was playing on Centre Court or Court 1 or Court 20, I’m not sure if that’s what was going to get me through today.

“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.

“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.”

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