Andy Murray vs Philipp Kohlschreiber, Wednesday, Time - 8:30pm BST - Discuss the match
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Predictions.
Murray in 3 - 31 (73.8%)
Murray in 4 - 8 (19%)
Murray in 5 - 2 (4.8%)
Haase in 3 - 0 (0%)
Haase in 4 - 1 (2.4%)
Haase in 5 - 0 (0%)
Total Voters: 42

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AO 2013 R1: Murray [3] vs Haase

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Let's Go Andy! Let's Go yay yay yay
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can someone confirm what time andy on .uk time please i thought melbourne 11 hours ahead
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Midnight I believe.
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Midnight I believe.
oh dear and i have to get up for work at 430am thank you
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oh dear and i have to get up for work at 430am thank you
Should  be over by then - why not stay up!
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As I probably won't be around for the match (though listening to the AO coverage)

cmonandy

clapping
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Ok Eastenders than zz than Andy then zz then work. sounds easy enough 

But if things dont go to plan cmonandy
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PREDICTIONS OF RESULT

Murray in 3    31 (73.8%)
Murray in 4    8 (19%)
Murray in 5    2 (4.8%)
Haase in 3    0 (0%)
Haase in 4    1 (2.4%)
Haase in 5    0 (0%)
Total Voters: 42

My question is who voted for a Haase win?

Cannot understand why a match to watch at midnight is a problem for many of you.

I will watch and then do a 10Km run before 9.00am Tuesday morning probably if weather allows.................... and I am an ancient!  Get a grip and enjoy the night!
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^The name Arthur just doesn't due you justice. roflmao
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Ok Eastenders than zz than Andy then zz then work. sounds easy enough 

But if things dont go to plan cmonandy

Fellow EastEnders fan. Same for me. I will be watching for an hour or so.
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It is a problem because some of us unfortunately have to work early in morning. Which could mean staying up till midnight then quite possibly watching a match that could go the distance of 4/5 hours then have to go straight to work & do an 9 hour shift on no sleep!!! As much as i love andy i dont fancy crashing my car on motorway whilst falling asleep through fatigue thanks
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Should  be over by then - why not stay up!
may try and stay up and hope pc dont play up  cause thats the only way i can watch
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It is a problem because some of us unfortunately have to work early in morning. Which could mean staying up till midnight then quite possibly watching a match that could go the distance of 4/5 hours then have to go straight to work & do an 9 hour shift on no sleep!!! As much as i love andy i dont fancy crashing my car on motorway whilst falling asleep through fatigue thanks
Hey, Women don't need an excuse to crash their cars..
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I believe Andy will win this match...but dropping even a set will be a problem. Andy needs to win this straight sets. He has tougher matches on the horizon ...ie Del P and Fed. Really needs to conserve  much energy as possible for the latter stages.
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It is a problem because some of us unfortunately have to work early in morning. Which could mean staying up till midnight then quite possibly watching a match that could go the distance of 4/5 hours then have to go straight to work & do an 9 hour shift on no sleep!!! As much as i love andy i dont fancy crashing my car on motorway whilst falling asleep through fatigue thanks

Good job you don't live down here then Angie no  you will often see that I'm commenting that I have to be up for work in a few hours whilst watching an Andy match.  Wimbledon final, Olympic final, both early hours of the morning for me. yawn I tried to go to bed for a few hours earlier than I would normally, not to miss out on so much sleep.  The Olympics was quite hard with virtually a match every day.  I didn't see much of Andy's doubles epics that week.

Enjoy, those of you that are about wave

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