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Andy at Wimbledon 2011

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Well, they have until 11pm. Well, that's if it rains.
Both on Centre. Murray would be on second because of the BBC.

I'd say it's unlikely they'll be a scenario when Murray has the better match than Nadal if Roddick fails.

Thanks guys Smile
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I'd say it's unlikely they'll be a scenario when Murray has the better match than Nadal if Roddick fails.

Gulp!
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BBC saying now Nadal may have to pull out of his match with the Fish depending on results of an MRI scan.
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Wow, could you imagine a semi-final against Fish?! Winning a Slam often has an element of luck to it, maybe this is it.
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Don't underestimate Fish, he is really, really dangerous on this surface.
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BBC saying now Nadal may have to pull out of his match with the Fish depending on results of an MRI scan.

Nooo
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Good to see Murray has won his last two encounters on grass with Fish.
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Fish is no fish on grass. He won Queens last year. Still Andy would probably win in 3 if he plays like he did today.
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Good to see Murray has won his last two encounters on grass with Fish.

You're as well informed as Andrew Castle.
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Fish is no fish on grass. He won Queens last year. Still Andy would probably win in 3 if he plays like he did today.

Runner up, to Sam Querrey.
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You're as well informed as Andrew Castle.
I think it helps mentally when you have beaten your opponent in the past on that surface.

I do love a good Castleism.
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''It's 3-2 Murray, and they will change ends after the next point because it's a tie-break''.

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Thanks Panda


Nadal needed lengthy treatment on a mystery foot complaint at 6-6 in the first set and admitted he feared at the time his title defence was over.

"It felt terrible at 6-5," Nadal, who extended his Wimbledon winning streak to 18 matches, told reporters. "It felt like I had broken my foot, I didn't know if I could continue playing."

The 25-year-old will have an MRI scan to assess the damage.
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More here:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/tennis/13937280.stm
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