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Murray doubles at Montreal

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but are  5 - 2   down in second set.
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Now a champions tie break
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The Murray brothers win 10 - 8 in the tie break.
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hooray! hooray! But why can't they blooming do it in two  Whistle
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From 6-6, a part from a double fault from Andy at 8-7, they played some great shots.
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Excellent Allan Smile didn't see it, must try and watch the next one yes
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Jamie and Andy through to quarter finals
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Good work guys.onward and upward.
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 yay yay Well done Andy and Jamie. So great it was televised. Onwards and upwards boys  cmon yeah
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Was that on Sky ChrisMac?  Which I don't have. Can watch online but TV better.
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Was that on Sky ChrisMac?  Which I don't have. Can watch online but TV better.

Being covered by Sky 4 and they said they would try to get the next match televised too.
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Excellent result clap

Might have to make the effort to get up and watch the next game Very Happy
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hooray! hooray! But why can't they blooming do it in two  Whistle
yay   Because it has to be a roller-coaster to keep fans on the edge of their seats and their finger-nails short. Very Happy

Did somebody say these matches are being shown on the BBC red button?
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From ATP website:-

British pairing Andy Murray and Jamie Murray reached the quarter-finals of the Rogers Cup on Thursday in Montreal as they ousted eighth seeds Eric Butorac and Jean-Julien Rojer 6-2, 2-6, 10-8. The brothers, who won the Valencia title last year, are playing together for the sixth time this season, highlighted by a semi-final showing in Rotterdam (l. to Melzer-Petzschner).

After suffering a surprise opening-round defeat in the singles to Kevin Anderson, Andy Murray is keen to gain extra match practice with a strong showing in the doubles. “It always helps to get matches; I’ve not played for a long time,” said the Scot. “I played well today, was hitting the ball cleaner, and that will give me confidence going into next week and the build up to the US Open.

“The big one is the US Open; I trained very hard in the build up to the tournament here, which is going to pay off down the line. The past few years I’ve come in and played great tennis here and then played poorly at the US Open. Obviously I would have rather done better here, but I’ve got a lot of good work done, and hopefully I’ll get a few more matches next week and get ready for the US Open.”

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^ Thanks Bev. Smile  Has he forgotten he reached the finals of the USO in 2008?  Hasn't all been doom and gloom at Flsuhing Meadows - and that year he got to the SF of the Rogers Cup and won Cincinnati.  OK, so the Rogers Cup has gone, but ...  pray
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