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Have to say my first instinct when I read his comment earlier was hackles rising and indignation that he was having a go at Andy. Coming from the man who a few weeks ago said he regretted playing through a backinjury in the spring #doublestandards
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@Ionared

I suspect that Murray stealing his Olympic Singles Gold still rankles...!!!
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Lendl was interviewed on Radio 5 Live to promote his clash with Pat Cash for World Tennis Day, but he also said that he expected Andy to be in Melbourne.  Thanks to Russell and Twitter:


Lendl isda man!!! udaman
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Lendl isda man!!! udaman

You been boozing again westie  2 man down
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Not a drop has passed my lips - doing a charity bag pack tomorrow. Saving myself for next weekend - starting at the airport to relax and get in the mood. Can't believe how close it is !!!!
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Not a drop has passed my lips - doing a charity bag pack tomorrow. Saving myself for next weekend - starting at the airport to relax and get in the mood. Can't believe how close it is !!!!

I know......I've been packed for a week  lol counting the hours now.
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I need to pack this weekend and give my dad my luggage so I don't get seen leaving school before the bell with as suitcase lol
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I need to pack this weekend and give my dad my luggage so I don't get seen leaving school before the bell with as suitcase lol

Why?
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Why?

She'll get sacked.
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Are you juking away early....and leaving the wee rascals to it
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I am indeed - need to leave before the weans to get the flight to London City. Boss had no problem with it but doesn't want the staff to know - and if children saw me their parents wd have a field day. Had to ask for it to be even earlier cos of the roadworks on Erskine Bridge. Just makes it all the more fun!
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Have to say my first instinct when I read his comment earlier was hackles rising and indignation that he was having a go at Andy. Coming from the man who a few weeks ago said he regretted playing through a backinjury in the spring #doublestandards
god that man makes me sick.   I don't think he's been playing through pain for 18 months - winning Olympic gold, a first GS against a top 4 player and Wimbledon.  Hardly the mark of a wimp as implied by smugfed.  He should just learn to shut the f*** up.
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Spot on Ruthie!
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There's a big article on Andy in today's Times.  The full thing isn't available online unless you subscribe, but this is the intro for the rest of us.  Something to look out for if you are at the shops. Smile

http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/sport/tennis/article3910952.ece
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Andy Murray admits his Davis Cup heroics were fuelled by a fear of critics doubting his commitment.

Wimbledon champion delayed surgery to take part in the team event, thus jeopardising his place in the Australian Open next year.

http://aggbot.com/Sport-News/article/20987295

Andy Murray has revealed that the fear of being branded “unpatriotic” led him to risk his vulnerable back during the Davis Cup tie in Croatia in September — and thus move further down the road to surgery.

Murray, who is still unsure whether he will be fit to play the Australian Open in January, has been involved in Davis Cup rows before. Most famously, he was criticised by his own brother Jamie when he withdrew from a 2008 tie against Argentina citing knee trouble.

The pressure was all the greater this year. Not only had Murray taken a two-year break from the Davis Cup – a period in which he landed both the Wimbledon and US Open titles – but Great Britain’s second-string players had earned the team a chance to return to the World Group.

Murray must have gone to Croatia with serious misgivings, however, after a disappointing campaign on the American hard courts ended in straight-sets defeat against Stan Wawrinka in the fourth round of the US Open. Only now has he acknowledged how much pain he was suffering throughout the aftermath of his Wimbledon triumph.

“I decided before Wimbledon that I was going to have the surgery after the US Open,” said Murray, who was speaking at the launch of his new racket, the Head Graphene Radical, at Queen’s Club in London. “Then, obviously, I won Wimbledon so, naturally, my team were like ‘Maybe it’s not the best idea to have it’ and I kind of went along with that.
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