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Wish they'd shown a bit of his semi-final (or run to the final) as well as the final.
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It's great seeing these interviews with Kim, Dani, Jez Green, etc. Never usually here these guys speak.
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Is Jez Green South African???
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Streams gone Very Sad
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Simply beautiful. Smile
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Amazing!! Was crying 2 minutes in.
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OMG that was brilliant how anyone and I mean anyone can hate Andy Murray is beyond belief. Just makes me realize why I support him always have and always will.
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Well,from the bits of it I managed to see,that was brilliant.Looking forward to actually getting to watch all the way through minus the interruptions!
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Good documentary, Andy's serve when he was a junior though?
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Very interesting. I still can't watch his runners up speech after the Wimbledon final - it's so raw.

His reaction to talking about Dunblane was also very interesting. I have never bought the "I can't remember it therefore it doesn't effect me" nonsense. It was very obvious it still does. It's one of the reasons I get mad when people are over critical of him. To be carrying that, and still achieve what he has achieved, and continues to achiever is a reflection of the complexity of the man, not too mention the sheer guts.  People should cut him a lot more slack than they do.
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Well looking forward to tomorrow now and Wimbledon starting. Can't wait to see Andy playing in a GS again.
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Brilliant , totally Brilliant, can everyone going to Centre Court tomorrow please be made to watch this please and realise Mr Murray is a one off, support him to the hilt, he is the bet British Tennis Player in the open era and a thoroughly nice guy - he deserves the whole country's support.

Normal, honest, decent, humble and down to earth oh and a wicked sense of humour, everything that us on MW have known for a long time.  Please Wimbledon crowd give him your support, the guy is a legend.
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What a brilliant  thoughtful programme. So emotional at times. Much more I could say but hard to be coherent this time of night!
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Top documentary.

Made me smile.
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What a fantastic documentary. I'm not sure the intention was to have viewers crying just two minutes in to the thing, but it did.

The bit about the shootings in Dunblane was heartbreaking, it was tough to see Jamie, Judy and Andy all getting so upset, but I think it was right to include it. What Andy and Jamie have done in tennis must mean so much to Dunblane, and it's wonderful that the area is known for something other than the terrible tragedy. I'm utterly convinced now that Andy's finger pointy thing is to do with what happened, given the way he talked about it.

It was great to hear from Kim, Jez, Dani and so on. I don't recall ever hearing any of them speak before. The sense of team spirit and affection around Andy is brilliant.

The thing that comes over so strongly in the documentary is that Andy is a normal young man who just loves to play tennis to the best of his ability. We've known that for a long time. Maybe a few more will get it now.
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