Harriet Dartwas understandably frustrated to have been downed in Nottingham by the eventual champion Katie Boulter. Playing against fellow Brit finalist Jodie Burrage, perhaps Dart had a point to prove, in a three setter, that saw her come from a set down to prevail.
There is no doubt that Dart’s record on grass holds her in good stead here, especially as she haded Anhelina Kalinina a defeat last week on her way to the Nottingham semi-final.
The Ukrainian has just two match wins on the green stuff this season, and she certainly doesn’t have the steadiness she had in the earlier part of the season, with her inuury halted run to the Rome final as her highlight of the year.
Dart has confidence, and the support of a home crowd behind her, plus knows she can beat Kalinina on this surface,
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