Charles Perrin assesses why Konta is a natural on the bud and she can go all the way at SW19…
Johanna Konta survived what’s called’Manic Monday’ to book her place in the Wimbledon quarter-finals, but she had been made to work for her success. The affable Brit has been growing in confidence over the past couple of months and she has been making all the correct moves.
With lots of the best seeds falling by the wayside during the tournament, the draw has opened up to the 28-year-old as she attempts to claim that a maiden Grand Slam title. Although obstacles loom, including a last eight meeting with potential banana skin Barbora Strycova today, she is able to end the nation’s long wait to get a female British woman to claim glory at the All England Lawn Tennis Club.
Up for the fight So far, Konta has demonstrated true grit and determination to her run to the last eight. While she was rarely troubled in the first two rounds, the third and fourth rounds paid tribute to her fighting qualities. In coming from behind against Sloane Stephens after which Petra Kvitova – a two-time Wimbledon champion – Konta gets the belief in her game which was missing in the previous 18 months. She earned back-to-back wins over Top 10 players at the process for the first time in her profession and her game is well suited to grass.

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