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PTT Thailand Open 2011

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Thanks for the video,no more "big" hair girls ,we will miss his curls.
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Next up for Andy in the semis is Gilles Simon, against whom Andy has a 7-1 record.  He has won the last seven, all in straight sets, three of them this year.  Simon's a decent player, but it's hard to imagine him entering the court against Andy with any great confidence....

Edit: not quite true - Simon took a set at Madrid this year...
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Thanks for the video,no more "big" hair girls ,we will miss his curls.

I must admit I like the clean cut look - prefer the black shirt to the red though.
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I must admit I like the clean cut look - prefer the black shirt to the red though.

I prefer the clean cut look too, but have to disagree on the shirt I prefer the red.
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Love the new haircut - don't like the black shoes and the black shorts - looks much sexier in blue and white!!
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I love the black on him ,  think he looks fierce   cmon yeah 

this one will be in the middle of the night here  pullhair
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Thanks for the video Iona. That was a very nice interview to see, however, a bit rude of the interviewer to keep on when Andy was trying to have his meal!  I hope they brought him another one as that would have been gone cold!
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I just got to see the video, poor guy they keep asking him what kind of food he likes but they don't let him eat.  He was very nice to them, I hope they offered to heat up his meal when it was over.  I love watching him laugh.

So glad he won his match today.....loved the title of the article.  I am a little worried about him playing Young, the kid can really be hot..... Hope Andy brings his A game and wins the tournament.  It wasn't on TV here in America, maybe the tennis channel will have the finals, but it will probably be when I am sleeping.
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nah i think murray is going to sweep young of the court, young just played 2 and a half hours so......  Smile
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I wouldn't under-estimate Young.  He's had a good year, and if he's that keen to win his first ATP title he could give Andy a match.  His one great flaw is that, like Andy, he tends to let his feelings all hang out and also he has a tendency to dwell on his mistakes rather than letting them go and getting on with the match.
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I wouldn't under-estimate Young.  He's had a good year, and if he's that keen to win his first ATP title he could give Andy a match.  His one great flaw is that, like Andy, he tends to let his feelings all hang out and also he has a tendency to dwell on his mistakes rather than letting them go and getting on with the match.
Who do you think will win? Smile
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Next up for Andy in the semis is Gilles Simon, against whom Andy has a 7-1 record.  He has won the last seven, all in straight sets, three of them this year.  Simon's a decent player, but it's hard to imagine him entering the court against Andy with any great confidence....

Edit: not quite true - Simon took a set at Madrid this year...
Andy didn't play that well in that match at Madrid he lost in straight sets against Bellucci next match
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Who do you think will win? Smile
Even if Young does play his best, Andy's experience and fitness should see him through, as well as his own desire to win the tournament.
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i knew Andy would sweep young of the court
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We need to be more realistic/optimistic. In Slams, Andy finds playing Nole, Rafa and Fed difficult. I think it's a 5 set issue. His beautiful game is always on a knife edge and he finds it hard to maintain it, and his concentration, over 5 sets.
In best of 3, it's a different matter and, providing he's not injured/tired/wobbly headed, he can beat anyone, as he's frequently shown.   
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