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Heather Watson caught in a vicious cycle as British star aims to climb the rankings with the help of new coach

British No 2 Heather Watson knows she is caught in a vicious circle as she aims to make strides in the women's game. The 24-year-old is currently ranked 76 after a tough second half of 2016.
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