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Question: WWW?
Murray in 3 - 32 (97%)
Murray in 4 - 1 (3%)
Murray in 5 - 0 (0%)
Millot in 3 - 0 (0%)
Millot in 4 - 0 (0%)
Millot in 5 - 0 (0%)
Comedy 7th option. - 0 (0%)
Total Voters: 33

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Australian Open 2014 R2: Andy Murray vs Vincent Millot

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Night match for Andy on RLA blink  

Fed relegated to Hisense fainting
How are the mighty fallen! Very Happy

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How are the mighty fallen! Very Happy


Oh Aileen how could you laugh at poor, poor Feds banishment!! I'm waiting for the day when he is not on the show courts. w00t Whistle haha
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   It's sure time that big tournaments remembered Andy's achievements in recent Grand Slams and scheduled him accordingly
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It's sure time that big tournaments remembered Andy's achievements in recent Grand Slams and scheduled him accordingly
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Oh Aileen how could you laugh at poor, poor Feds banishment!! I'm waiting for the day when he is not on the show courts. w00t Whistle haha

I'm waiting for the day he doesn't play at all.   Whistle
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Personally I couldn't give a toss whether Andy is on RLA or Court 22 and I'm not sure he does either.

He's capable of getting the job done, no matter the court. I bet he does not even think about smalls details like what court he is on at all.
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Personally I couldn't give a toss whether Andy is on RLA or Court 22 and I'm not sure he does either.

He's capable of getting the job done, no matter the court. I bet he does not even think about smalls details like what court he is on at all.

He does at US open hes came right out and sais he doesnt like playing on Armstrong
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Personally I couldn't give a toss whether Andy is on RLA or Court 22 and I'm not sure he does either.
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He's capable of getting the job done, no matter the court. I bet he does not even think about smalls details like what court he is on at all.
I think he must Proddy.  For one thing he likes big crowds, especially if they can fire him up, although he says he's going to have to get used to them again.  Also there must be a very slight difference in the surfaces - not that any of us would notice it, but these guys are extremely sensitive when it comes to that.  Presumably this is why Andy likes to practise on all the show-courts in the AO and USO.

I understand though that Nadal has been complaining about the courts in general because he thinks they're too fast.
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At the end of the day Andy is a pro and he CAN win on any court, no questions.

Sure he does not like playing on Armstrong, but that does not mean he can't win on it.

Whether it's a stadium court, or a court in a local park, Andy can breeze past the opposition.
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I wasn't disagreeing with you about that, just saying that he must have his preferences.
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Yeah, Drummond place LOL
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It'd be nice if he could come and play there.  Does your uncle's flat have a good view of the courts?  From No.27 you couldn't even see them unless you hung out of the window.
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It'd be nice if he could come and play there.  Does your uncle's flat have a good view of the courts?  From No.27 you couldn't even see them unless you hung out of the window.

Death by falling while watching tennis, interesting.
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It'd be nice if he could come and play there.  Does your uncle's flat have a good view of the courts?  From No.27 you couldn't even see them unless you hung out of the window.

Think they're partly visible, but lots of trees blocking a potential full view.
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Must mean Andy's a bigger draw than Fed... Whistle
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