This presents a rather gloomy picture. If she's ranked 250 by around Wimbledon she won't have much progress in the next 7 months. It's also unfortunate that she suffered a serious injury in what turned out to be a meaningless team match.Looks like she plans to play the December Indian W25 swing. She's down for an event there on the 2nd and the 9th, there's another one on the 16th where you currently can't see the entry list, so she may well play there too.
I'm not saying it will, but if the worst did come to the worst and she can't get back in, or anywhere near, the top 100 then at least she will be able to pocket circa 50k at both the AO and FO using her PR, and if she's in and around 250 by Wimbledon, you'd think she'd probably get a MDWC there (although you can't tell with Wimbledon these days...), and if she did manage a win in any of those events like vs a WC or a Q, then a potential 200k+ return would be decent.
Hopefully it won't come to that though, and it would be nice if she could get a notable win in any of these Indian events to gain a bit of optimism heading into the new year.
It is unfortunate, but injuries can happen any time, anywhere, so I'm personally not too miffed that it happened during that Fed Cup tie, and while yes, in theory, had GB lost they'd still have been in exactly the same position, at the time we needed to win the tie and weren't to know about the changes, and those moments will be something that Katie has for the rest of her career, and I'd imagine when she hangs up her racket, MP against Diyas will still be one of her personal highlights, but yes, a bit unfortunate / annoying as it turned out.This presents a rather gloomy picture. If she's ranked 250 by around Wimbledon she won't have much progress in the next 7 months. It's also unfortunate that she suffered a serious injury in what turned out to be a meaningless team match.