Konta fans fume as Wimbledon switches big screen match to Murray

Konta Kop reverts to Murray Mound amid row over club’s treatment of women, with French Open champ relegated to Court 12

It was Henman Hill, then Murray Mound, but Johanna Konta could not claim her “Kop”, even on the day Britain’s No 1 female player became the first in 33 years to reach a Wimbledon quarter-final.

Fans packed on to the famous grassed terrace watching Court 1 action with the No 6 seed at a crucial point in her nail-biting three-setter against France’s Caroline Garcia suddenly saw the big screen switch to centre court, where Britain’s other No 1, Andy Murray, was warming up to face Frenchman Benoît Paire.

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