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Will Murray win Wimbledon?
Poll ended at Sat Jul 04, 2009 10:52 pm
Yes 32%  32%  [ 10 ]
No 68%  68%  [ 21 ]
Total votes : 31
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 Post subject: Andy Murray
PostPosted: Mon Jun 29, 2009 10:52 pm 
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Well, is he going to do it for Britain (and Scotland) at last?

I am not at all sure after this evening's showing!


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If he had such a hard time against someone I had never heard of it doesn't bode well for matches against Federer, Hewitt/Roddick etc.
Although DS and I were really rooting for him and I actually let Ds stay up to watch the end!! :shock:


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 29, 2009 10:59 pm 
I watched Federer today before Murray played and I thought Murray had no chance on what I saw. Federer was winning ace after ace and Murray cannot return such services.


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Murray hardly got any first serves in tonight compared with last week when he got loads of aces.


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This chap had beaten Andy in 4 out of 7 previous meetings, so possibly he is his nemesis.
I could hardly watch :!:

I hope he can up his game now, and produce better tennis for the later stages

LFH


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T.i.p.s.y wrote:
I watched Federer today before Murray played and I thought Murray had no chance on what I saw. Federer was winning ace after ace and Murray cannot return such services.


I disagree - I thought Federer's game today was ok but not brilliant. His opponent really made him work for the match. :)


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I don't like the tennis :cry:

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Roger to win

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Andy Murray must have faced far bigger demons in his childhood than anything the tennis world can throw at him now, which is why I think he has the sheer strength of character to do it - probably this year, possibly next.

OK, now I've made that prediction it'll probably be curtains for British tennis in the near future! :lol:

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zorro wrote:
Although DS and I were really rooting for him and I actually let Ds stay up to watch the end!! :shock:


Have to admit - thrilling though it was, I dozed off! :oops: Must have been the heat. I think the ice-cold beer contributed as well! :lol:

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