Solheim Cup: Today Matthew Catriona keeps eyeing non-performance captaincy for 2019

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Solheim Cup: Catriona Matthew still questions she will have the capacity to play in a tenth Solheim Cup, regardless of winning three of her four binds as Europe lost to the United States.

Solheim Cup:Be that as it may, after the 16½-11½ annihilation in Iowa, the 47-year-old Scot wants to commander the group at Gleneagles in 2019.

“I would love to be the skipper, I’ve put my name in the cap,” Matthew said.

“I can’t see myself playing, so it was pleasant to turn out with a win in my last diversion.”

Matthew, who has now 18 and lost nine of her Solheim Cup matches, trailed Stacy Lewis until the point that the fifteenth gap of their singles coordinate in Des Moines, before winning at the last opening.

The 2009 British Women’s Open champion, who has slipped to 97th on the planet rankings, had at first passed up a great opportunity for choice by chief Annika Sorenstam.

Be that as it may, having been named as a non-playing bad habit chief, she was a late substitution for the harmed Suzann Pettersen.

Sorenstam a while later focused on she had dependably said the captaincy was a “one-time thing for me”, which will build Matthew’s odds of driving the group in her country.

“Being disillusioned with this one, it is somewhat right on time to anticipate the following one yet,” the Scot revealed to BBC Sport.