#TOURNOTES: Can Wilko Ever be Beaten?
Let’s ask the guys he keeps beating!
Matt Wilkinson is, undoubtedly, in technical terms, on a heater. The kid who’d never won a World Tour event came in hot this season and won the first two of 2016. This you already know, in depth. What you don’t know is, whether any of his competitors think he can be beaten. Right now, most of the tour have their sights set on second place. Have they conceded? Some, maybe, yes! Or will Wilko’s performances at Snapper and Bells inspire some new surprise performances? Let’s find out!
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