And therein lies the problem, you might not care but others do - if you cannot comprehend that simple fact then i feel for you, i have no issue with you personally, i don't even know you i object to how you react during a match and basically you are now acting like a hypocrite by saying you have a right to say and do what you like in a thread because you have a different coping mechanism to others then calling me a fuckwit for haing an opinion on how you react??? it's like you are proving my point for me.
Let me ask you this, if Andy did read this thread do you really think that him seeing people calling him a twat and a choker would do anything for his frame of mind? if you were sat in the crowd at one of his matches would you justify shoutig out that he was a twat because that was how you coped with him losing?
this whole thread has been about the negative crowd reaction to Andy during this tournament, but to me it has just been as hostile in here
I was unaware I had to cater my comments to suit those around me. Those are my views; yes I appreciate they are very pessimistic and exaggerated. Where have I said I have a right to say and do what I like? I express my views - is that not what a forum is for? Maybe try reading regular topics and you'll see far more rational views. Going through a matchday thread and ripping posts said clearly in the heat of the moment which are clearly going to be irrational is a strange way to go about things.
The 'ignorant fuckwit' comment was in response to you plain ignoring my post and again going on about what you feel people should be saying.
You also replied directly to me, referred to name-calling and attacks on fitness/skill/mentality/desire to win then opted to quite half a dozen posts, only one of which was of my posts, which didn't do one of those things you mentioned above (although I see how it could be inferred).
Of course not. But then, why would he read the thread? I'm sure he would know that comments are going to follow the flow of the match, and be emotive either way, such is the ficklenss of sport. And again, why are you directly asking me when you refer to postings by other users? I have never once called Murray a 'twat' or a 'choker'. I mentioned how he choked on a point, which he clearly did, tightening up and missing a simple, yet vital putaway.
Last question in that para - again, I have never called him a twat (or any other unjustified personal attack), and it's an irrelevant comparison as it's a completely different situation. Inwardly I would be pessimistic as is my nature, but without a message board to compute my frustrations, no, I would not shout out. But then, you know what the answer is going to be. Do you really think they are one and the same?