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It would be great if the future is Murray/Djokovic. It would be the first competitive rivalry on the tour for many years - different from the predictable Fedal (Nadal usually wins) and Djokovic/Nadal (Djokovic wins) matches. It's interesting to watch two players who have very similar strengths (ROS, backhand) play each other and find a way to win.
Hopefully Andy can continue to improve on clay and start to challenge Novak on clay too. He was definitely really close in Rome last year, and it would add a new dynamic to the clay season which the commentators all seem to be predicting will be very much a Rafa/Novak battle.
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I'm hoping Andy has fully recovered from this bad stomach. I think Novak will start the stronger first set would probably go south, The second and third sets will be a tussle But I put my faith in Andy for both.
I also think this one's important.
So best of luck Andy! Were all behind you in my House
Hi angrybeez, welcome to the forum.
I think Andy will be fine healthwise tomorrow - he said in an interview yesterday that his doctor gave him some tablets (after the problem reoccurred in practice) and he was fine yesterday. I agree with you about how the match might go - I can see Novak probably going up an early break and taking the first set, and Andy fighting back afterwards. Could be lots of breaks with Andy and Novak being such excellent returners.