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Andy and the green, green grass of home 2012

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I was very lucky to see the mens semis finals last year at Wimbledon on CC  Very Happy  it was a great experience   Loved it!! unfortunately not going this year  as we saved up to go to the WTF  Smile   have a good time everyone that is going to Wimbers and Queens!!
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Centre Court, 2nd Wednesday for me. If he makes the quarters, I should see him. Same tickets as last year. I saw Andy beat Lopez and Federer lose from two sets up on his favourite court.

Perfect day, really.

Same here centre court 2nd Wednesday really hope to see Andy.
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Getting back to Queens - the weather forecast for Monday is not good, with rain at least until late afternoon, and a temp of 13F expected, so we could see little or no play.  Thankfully for Andy it's set to improve as the week goes on.  He does not like cool damp conditions!
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Bit of a crappy week altogether - welcome to the British summer!



* Weather forecast until 17th June.JPG (43.62 KB, 932x295 - viewed 116 times.)
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Oh heck - you looked at different forecast from me.  Think I'll stick with mine and keep my fingers crossed! Very Happy
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Lol...mustn't grumble...only "showers" most days....Wink
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Paris hasn't fared much better over the last week!
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Lol...mustn't grumble...only "showers" most days....Wink

lol Just reminded me of Sir Tel there.
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Dearie me, horrendous forecast for the week, lucky to get the tournament finished if it's like that!
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In London now and weather absolutely vile.  Can't see them playing today so could be quite  a backlog as week goes on especially with further showers forecast for much of the week.  Looks like will be the sodden green green grass...... Whistle
I seem to remember it was cool, damp conditions when Andy didn't do so well at Queens so hope more optimistic forecasts prove correct over the pessimistic.
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Horrific overcast weather, although it's not raining at this minute in time... c'mon! pray
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**** sake.
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Instead of J Courior and Santoro we now have the "pleasure" of messr Castle and Lloyd, they were on BBC HD for 10 minutes and I'm already pi**ed off at them.
Lloyd alright but i cannot stand Castle  ranting
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Queens is wanky anyways. An arena full of people with double barrelled surnames, who don't give the slightest **** about tennis.

A good warm up for Wimbledon, and some stunning grass courts, but the most insipid, flaccid and beige atmosphere on the ATP Tour. Some people there don't have a clue about tennis, just socialites and people who live for hospitality events.
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I dunno, the support for Ward was pretty great last year when he was beating the likes of Querrey and in particular against Mannarino.
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