of course he ISN'T the worst player who is playing on atp tour level but his ranking is too high compared with his skills and results. he isn't good enough to play atp challenger or even on a higher level regulary but everybody knows that brits are playing very decent on the grass. better than they will play the rest of the year. same for guys like rice or thornley, both without a big talent (maybe serve) but of course they will have a couple of good results in the next weeks.
btw, i know its off topic, but what happened to chris eaton?
wtf are you on about. Grass doesn't really suit Milton's game and as for Rice, he just won 2 futures on hard court.
Goodall is probably the only Brit whose ranking is significantly higher because of the grass court season and you could probably say that this has been the case with Bloomfield for several years. No other Brits have disproportionately boosted their rankings on a consistent basis through grass court results.