Katie Boulter volunteers at Age UK while waiting to make tennis comeback

  • Boulter keen to ‘make lives a little bit easier’ during pandemic
  • Briton hopes fitness issues will be behind her when tour returns

Katie Boulter was the best younger British player on the block 15 months ago. She was finally soaring, with a career-high ranking of 82 and vicious strokes that she found could pierce the armour of the best. Naomi Osaka called her “really good” at Wimbledon 2018 and she looked it too as she played an instrumental role in Great Britain’s return to the Fed Cup world group II, winning six of her seven Fed Cup matches including the decisive rubber at home against Kazakhstan in April 2019.

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Boulter keen to ‘make lives a little bit easier’ during pandemicBriton hopes fitness issues will be behind her when tour returnsKatie Boulter was the best younger British player on the block 15 months ago. She was finally soaring, with a career-high ranking of 82 and vicious strokes that she found could pierce the armour of the best. Naomi Osaka called her “really good” at Wimbledon 2018 and she looked it too as she played an instrumental role in Great Britain’s return to the Fed Cup world group II, winning six of her seven Fed Cup matches including the decisive rubber at home against Kazakhstan in April 2019. Related: Karolina Pliskova calls men ‘super weak’ for worrying about equal pay in tennis Continue reading…

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