Brit Liam Broady to be denied huge reward because of ATP call after Wimbledon ban

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Brit Liam Broady to be denied huge reward because of ATP call after Wimbledon ban

"Made semis there. Obviously it was only a challenger, the points weren't as big as they could have been. Qualifying in Australia, I'm not sure if

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“Made semis there. Obviously it was only a challenger, the points weren’t as big as they could have been. Qualifying in Australia, I’m not sure if the points for players who qualify for slams are maybe as good as they should be.

“There are usually challengers on during the weeks of slam quallies. Guys who are 300 don’t play anyone ranked inside 250 that week, and can make 80 points. I think it’s like 25 points for last-round quallies. It’s not great. I mean, that’s been the story with tennis for a long time, for lots of different reasons.

“I’m just grateful to have made the third round of Wimbledon, to be honest. I’d play Wimbledon for no points and no prize money. At least I get the prize money (smiling).”



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