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Johanna Konta refuses to be downbeat after Wuhan Open quarter-final exit

The 25-year-old made it to the quarter-finals, matching her run last year, but missed the chance to strengthen her position in the race for WTA Finals qualification and also a debut spot in the top 10.
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