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Olympic Medal Match: Murray v Federer

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AndyND, that was very funny. LOL
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It was indeed a couple of Federer fans holding that banner "The Gold is yours. This is just a formality". They had the RF sign/signature right on the word "youRs". The letter F being at the leg of the letter R. Obnoxious fans. It was a formality indeed much to their dismay.

They showed the banner at 2 all in the first set.
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It was indeed a couple of Federer fans holding that banner "The Gold is yours. This is just a formality". They had the RF sign/signature right on the word "youRs". The letter F being at the leg of the letter R. Obnoxious fans. It was a formality indeed much to their dismay.

They showed the banner at 2 all in the first set.

Yes it was, that was where most of their noise came from.  They were also some rather obnoxious Federer fans who sat close to me who were British, or to be more precise from Surrey!
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Hey, I'm from Surrey.
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I still can't believe this happened. This result. Someone pinch me.
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I can already imagine reading a paragraph or two of this match in Andy's biography. The elation that I felt when he hit that ace at gold medal point is already committed to memory.

Still on cloud 9 Smile
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Hey, I'm from Surrey.

Therefore, you are an obnoxious fan. :p
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I still can't get past how humble Andy was with celebrating his success.No rolling in the grass,no yelling,no chest trumping.What a treasure of a man he is.
Let this be the launch of his Grand Slam career,please!
Ivelina that's exactly what I felt and as I said on another thread amazing how smugfed managed to march round looking as if he were the one who'd won gold!  Andy's genuine humility and modest shone through and did nothing to detract from his joy as expressed in the wonderful Murray leap which I just love and his charging up to his supporters' box.

But, and this picks up on something bbh has noticed many times, this time when they sort of embraced, Andy's arm was in the dominant position!
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Where Jamie was during the final match?
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I will and for Apollo  if you let me know where.


I will email you....thanks
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Where Jamie was during the final match?
Jamies twitter:

Jamie Murray‏@jamie_murray

 For everyone asking..I've been at every match of andy this week just not sitting in the players box
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Jamies twitter:

Jamie Murray‏@jamie_murray

 For everyone asking..I've been at every match of andy this week just not sitting in the players box


Thanks
I knew I knew Smile
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Ivelina that's exactly what I felt and as I said on another thread amazing how smugfed managed to march round looking as if he were the one who'd won gold!  Andy's genuine humility and modest shone through and did nothing to detract from his joy as expressed in the wonderful Murray leap which I just love and his charging up to his supporters' box.

But, and this picks up on something bbh has noticed many times, this time when they sort of embraced, Andy's arm was in the dominant position!


I thought at one point as the three medallists were moved around for the photographers that Fed managed to be in the centre and Delpo moved him to the side but it
happened so quickly I wasn't sure or whether I imagined it because I'm always ready to believe something like that of Fed.
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There has been much talk of whether or not tennis should be an Olympic sport. Not only tennis in that case, see this from a Norwegian newspaper. Look whos top and way in front!

Here are the Olympic Games top 10 earns for the last year: 
1. Roger Federer ($54, 3 million), tennis
2. LeBron James ($53 million), basketball
3. Kobe Bryant ($52.3 million), basketball
4. Maria Sharapova ($27.1 million), tennis
5. Kevin Durant ($25.5 million), basketball
6. Carmelo Anthony ($22.9 million), basketball
7. Usain Bolt ($20.3 million), sprinter
8. Novak Djokovic ($19.8 million), tennis
9. Chris Paul ($19.2 million), basketball
10. Li Na ($18.4 million), tennis
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Hey, I'm from Surrey.
Apologies, they were however from Surrey as i spoke to them and most definitely obnoxious!
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