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I have recorded it also deb gonna watch again and try not to  so much 2nd time.
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Fantastic documentary,will have to watch it again today and also download it from BBCI if possible and put it on a DVD.
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Thought i could not be any more proud of Andy but last nights documentary just re-enforced as to why i support the guy!
Having been brought up & lived not far away from Dunblane i will never forget the shock & disbelief on the face of my workmates when our normally very jovial deputy manager informed us of the tragedy. Brought tears to my eyes when Andy was recounting the event. Have no doubt in my mind why Andy points to the heavens now!!!

Other contributions were great especially from his great rivals Nole & Rafa. Never realized just how close Andy & Rafa are!!

All in all it just confirmed to us why we love the guy but i hope its given the naysayers food for thought.

Now have my now traditional 2 weeks off work for Wimbledon yay

Cmon Andy! You know you want too!!!

 cmon yeah
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People that missed the flights that were hijacked. Psychologists were saying that these people really struggle because they know what would have happened if they had been in the towers or they had boarded those flights.  

Yep, I remember Marc Rosset missing a Swissair flight that crashed and killed everyone, including Pierre Babolat, the man who founded the company.

Murray appears to have a deeply embedded case of 'survivor's guilt'.

http://www.apnewsarchive.com/1998/Tennis-Star-Missed-Swissair-Flight/id-cb6f00521dc1bde53fffe0a94d978443
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Looks like I don't need to upload, after all.

Thanks for posting this Prod hug 
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It won't let me watch!Says it's "private" 
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It won't let me watch!Says it's "private" 

confused  I'm in NZ and managed to watch it ok.
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I did not dare to hope to see this documentary right after getting up. Thanks for uploading it. Such a perfect tune-in! Yet, I tend to turn my head away from the Wimbledon finals scenes as I never watch matches where Andy loses. It sounds so good to hear all these positive words about him, be they from friends, rivals or fans (although I had my difficulties in following Sir Alex Ferguson who I hope had nice things to tell). And I also liked the many facets they pointed out: the angry young man on court, the down-to-earth dog keeper, the handsome model, the hard-working player and the not at all dour emotional person. If this film does not make the public cheer him on, what else can do?
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It won't let me watch!Says it's "private" 

Ooh dani your not having much luck Frown I get problems like that periodically because I'm on a tablet.
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The video is now private to me also. 

I reckon the owner got copyright striked :/.
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I just tried its saying private for me also. Thankfully Ive watched it. Dani I hope someone can sort something for u...,,,prodigy were are you!? Lol  search
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angie im uploading it to youtube soon m8
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Watched it last night with my daughter, who came prepared - tissues at the ready. Wonderful! As much of a rollercoaster as some of the matches
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Brilliant documentary, used a few tissues I must admit, even Jamie broke down. I also recorded it which I will keep forever. What a wonderful guy Andy is no wonder we all love him too bits.
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angie im uploading it to youtube soon m8

 goodjob
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