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So Bored...  Frown
Oh dear!  Aren't you interested in some of the other tennis that's going to be around until Andy starts playing again?  I know I am, especially seeing how Nadal gets on in South America.
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Oh dear!  Aren't you interested in some of the other tennis that's going to be around until Andy starts playing again?  I know I am, especially seeing how Nadal gets on in South America.

nah not really,    not really fussed about the early rounds of the DC     its a bit boring...  I might watch Rafa though
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nah not really,    not really fussed about the early rounds of the DC     its a bit boring...  I might watch Rafa though
I think an awful lot of people will be keen to see Rafa so I'm hoping for good livestreams.
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Andy had a page in this week's International Express - I've scanned, cut and pasted it all together for you all to read (hopefully!)


* International Express 31st Jan 2013.JPG (931.32 KB, 1496x1959 - viewed 98 times.)
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Andy had a page in this week's International Express - I've scanned, cut and pasted it all together for you all to read (hopefully!)
In my case - with zoom at 400% Very Happy   Really must go and pick up my new reading glasses ...!
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^ Thanks Bev! I could read it (thankfully) with just a bit of zooming in. Very Happy

I really dont like this feather incident...too much of fuss made out of nothing. "Murray left to split feathers" Rolling Eyes
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I really dont like this feather incident...too much of fuss made out of nothing. "Murray left to split feathers" Rolling Eyes
The press had a field day with that darned feather.   Mind you I don't know how Andy would have got on had he played in the Commonwealth Games in Delhi and had to play at night.  I watched the mixed doubles final between Scotland and Australia (which we won!) which took place at night and the court was literally covered with bugs. They kept flying into the players' faces as well and several times players had to stop because they'd got into their eyes.  Ugh!
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The press had a field day with that darned feather.   Mind you I don't know how Andy would have got on had he played in the Commonwealth Games in Delhi and had to play at night.  I watched the mixed doubles final between Scotland and Australia (which we won!) which took place at night and the court was literally covered with bugs. They kept flying into the players' faces as well and several times players had to stop because they'd got into their eyes.  Ugh!

Yup, India is known for mosquitoes and bugs Rolling Eyes
I've got used to it.
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The press had a field day with that darned feather.   Mind you I don't know how Andy would have got on had he played in the Commonwealth Games in Delhi and had to play at night.  I watched the mixed doubles final between Scotland and Australia (which we won!) which took place at night and the court was literally covered with bugs. They kept flying into the players' faces as well and several times players had to stop because they'd got into their eyes.  Ugh!

Is there gonna be tennis in next years commonwealth games in Glasgow? I didn't think there was Frown
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http://www.theroar.com.au/2013/02/03/its-time-for-andy-murray-to-look-inside/
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Olympic legend David Wilkie: Andy Murray became a Brit when he won gold.. he'll be English if he wins Wimbledon

http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/scottish-news/olympic-legend-david-wilkie-on-todays-1572278
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Charming article. Not.
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Wow, that's pretty harsh.
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Charming article. Not.

My thoughts exactly! They didn't help themselves by getting the no of slam finals wrong, I get a bit anal about detail like that - when I read something that someone is publishing for the world to read as part of their job I expect them to make sure their facts are correct - when they don't it lessens the validity of their opinion as far as I'm concerned. Though maybe I'm just a bit too fussy?
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My thoughts exactly! They didn't help themselves by getting the no of slam finals wrong, I get a bit anal about detail like that - when I read something that someone is publishing for the world to read as part of their job I expect them to make sure their facts are correct - when they don't it lessens the validity of their opinion as far as I'm concerned. Though maybe I'm just a bit too fussy?

No, I agree. If they can't even get their facts straight then their opinion is probably irrelevant as well. It's not as if they couldn't look stuff like that up.
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