Talk:James Ward (tennis)

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First time since 1968 or 2001?[edit]

BBC says: "This is the first time in the open era since 1968 at Queen's Club Championships that there have been two British men in a semi-final along with fellow compatriot Andy Murray."[1]

The Telegraph says: "It was the first time since Tim Henman and Greg Rusedski in 2001 that Britain had had two players in the semi-finals at Queen's Club."[2]

Which one is right? --Stryn(t) 15:49, 11 June 2011 (UTC)

I found the answer (2001 Stella Artois Championships – Singles), so The Telepgraph was wrong, because Rusedski lost already in quarterfinals. --Stryn(t) 16:37, 11 June 2011 (UTC)

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