Andy Murray vs Joao Sousa, Thursday, Estimated time - 3:30pm BST - Discuss the match
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Rakuten Japan Open Tennis Championships 2011

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good job brothers Murray..... keep the good tennis going!!!
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Quarters on Thursday, semis on Saturday? Shouldn't be too harsh on Andy.
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 yay  Well Done Andy & Jamie!!!!!!!!!!
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Quarters on Thursday, semis on Saturday? Shouldn't be too harsh on Andy.
Let's not get too far ahead of ourselves here. Andy still has his singles matches to play, assuming he beats Baghdatis.  I just hope that if he does well in both he isn't too fatigued for Shanghai.
Anyway, good on you lads! yay

Yaaaay... Andy and Jamie won  Smile

Awww..... Milos lost  Frown

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Yes but at least Milos won his singles match!  Take heart - he seems to be doing very well given that he's just returned from a lengthy lay-off.  I see he plays Nadal next though.  A bit tough that.

P.S. - Milos is one of my favourites ... after Andy that is! Smile  I've watched him play this year and reckon he's got great potential.  Just very glad the hip injury didn't turn out to be anything too serious.
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Yes Aileen, I agree.  After following his career for many years, Andy always has been and always will be first for me, but I am also excited to see a possible great future ahead for Milos.  Nadal has credited Milos's ferocious serve, and likes to practise with him (probably an info-gathering exercise.)
I really have the best of both worlds supporting Andy and Milos!
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Yaaaay... Andy and Jamie won  Smile

Awww..... Milos lost  Frown

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He is still in the singes
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Yes Aileen, I agree.  After following his career for many years, Andy always has been and always will be first for me, but I am also excited to see a possible great future ahead for Milos.  Nadal has credited Milos's ferocious serve, and likes to practise with him (probably an info-gathering exercise.)
I really have the best of both worlds supporting Andy and Milos!
I just wish Andy would take some serving lessons from Milos!
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I see your point Aileen, although I must say his serve at Thailand was well above par, especially against Young.  In fact, I think from this moment on if he could only visualise Donald Young on the other side of the net every time he played, he could beat anyone, anytime!
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Like what you say about Young. lol

Yes Andy did serve well in Thailand, apart from one or two lapses, so let's hope he's becoming more consistent now.
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