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Andy Murray at Wimbledon - June 24 - July 7, 2013

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Great chance for my man Paire.
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She was very good in the documentary. I thought she handled it well.

Yes, excellent, very sensitive. Was impressed. And do like Andy's remarks that he always seems to cry when he meets Sue, great soh.
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"When you play Federer, it's like you play two person: Roger Federer, and his ego." -Sergiy Stakhovsky

Oh no he didn't say that!   shocking
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Revised path:

R3: Robredo
R4: Youzhny/Troicki
QF: Monaco/Gulbis/Verdasco/De Schepper
SF: Almagro/Janowicz/Paire/Melzer/Kubot/Stakhovsky/Mannarino/Brown
 
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Janowicz is the only one of those players I'm at all concerned about.
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Please let it be Benoit Paire in the semis.
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Agree about Janowicz. They can all be awkward customers on their day but i find Janowicz the most awkward of the lot.

But one game at a time in what is the most extraordinary of Wimbldon's in recent memory!!
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On today's performances I think we could see Brown or Stakhovsky  in the semis.
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Youzhny, Gulbis and Janowicz are all dangerous on their day. On paper they're probably a lot easier than you'd expect that that stage of a Slam, but still plenty capable of causing an upset.
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"When you play Federer, it's like you play two person: Roger Federer, and his ego." -Sergiy Stakhovsky

Oh no he didn't say that!   shocking

Oh yes he did I'm still laughing. 
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I'm being ridiculous today. I have another question. How many of Andy's potential opponents have already gone deep in slams? I just think you have to wonder about that. Would some of them feel inspired by going deep, or would they be scared stiff?

JJ worries me a bit, because of his bonkers game, but in a best of five I feel fairly sure Andy would have his measure. He had match points in Paris against JJ. I still think if he hadn't been a bit emotionally cooked after the high of the USO and hadn't had the WTF ahead he would have won that match.

Crazy tournament this Wimbledon though, no doubt. Fingers crossed Andy continues to stay out of the madness.
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I'm being ridiculous today. I have another question. How many of Andy's potential opponents have already gone deep in slams? I just think you have to wonder about that. Would some of them feel inspired by going deep, or would they be scared stiff?

JJ worries me a bit, because of his bonkers game, but in a best of five I feel fairly sure Andy would have his measure. He had match points in Paris against JJ. I still think if he hadn't been a bit emotionally cooked after the high of the USO and hadn't had the WTF ahead he would have won that match.

Crazy tournament this Wimbledon though, no doubt. Fingers crossed Andy continues to stay out of the madness.

Only Youzhny, Gulbis and Melzer have reached the QF or more at a Slam.
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Only Youzhny, Gulbis and Melzer have reached the QF or more at a Slam.

I knew someone would know! Thanks Gangsta.
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Some odds from PaddyPower:

Murray to reach the final : Yes 2/7, No 11/5 (same odds for Djokovic)

Finalists : Murray/Djokovic 4/7, Any other combination 5/4





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I have confidence in Andy to beat Janowicz should they meet. Just like how Andy gave Raonic a clinic at Flushing Meadows, our boy will be fired up to put things right after his Paris defeat.
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