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Since when is Greg Rudeski English?

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Since when is Greg Rudeski English? « on: October 15, 2005, 07:49 AM »
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Just to throw in a lighthearted curio re the Scotland v England clash.

There's no way that Greg can ever be considered English. He has a British passport but was born in Canada. He has a British passport, due to the fact that his mother was born in the UK. He can be called British, but certainly not English!

He could equally be in a Ukraine v Scotland match, as his father was that nationality.

So there!   Shock
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Since when is Greg Rudeski English? « Reply #1 on: October 15, 2005, 09:17 AM »
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lol Very Happy good point!! at least we'll get to see some good matches though  8)
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Since when is Greg Rudeski English? « Reply #2 on: October 15, 2005, 11:23 AM »
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One good match.  I don't think Sherwood can be classed as good nor Andy.s brother, although I haven't seem him play.  Neither of them are in Greg or Andy's league (yet) =;
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Since when is Greg Rudeski English? « Reply #3 on: October 15, 2005, 11:34 AM »
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One good match.  I don't think Sherwood can be classed as good nor Andy.s brother, although I haven't seem him play.  Neither of them are in Greg or Andy's league (yet) =;


while its true that they're not in the same league as andy and greg, jaime murray is, and i quote, 'a superb doubles player'. Which should add another aspect of fun!!
The atmosphere should be enough to make the matches fantastic anyway - i wish i could be there!
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Since when is Greg Rusedski English « Reply #4 on: October 15, 2005, 01:11 PM »
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'There's no way that Greg can ever be considered English'

Hmm, well, let's look at this. He qualifies for Britain because his mum comes from Dewsbury, which is in Yorkshire (England). So, if he's British, he must be affiliated to one of the home nations which, logically, must be England.
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Since when is Greg Rudeski English? « Reply #5 on: October 15, 2005, 01:48 PM »
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If Tim Henman was playing then I would support England, but he is not so I support Scotland instead. I like Andy better than Greg.
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What about.... « Reply #6 on: October 15, 2005, 02:56 PM »
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.....Scotland v The Rest of Great Britain? I'd go with that!    wink
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Since when is Greg Rudeski English? « Reply #7 on: October 15, 2005, 09:58 PM »
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If Tim Henman was playing then I would support England, but he is not so I support Scotland instead. I like Andy better than Greg.


I do, too.

I've never taken to Greg. I cant put my finger on it, I just find his personality grates.

His tennis has, at times, been awesome, but when he reached the US Open finals I was rooting for Pat Rafter. BIGTIME!

I adore Pat  . My ultimate tennis god. Wink


 Crying or Very sad  It's such a shame he retired. ( cool new emoticon btw Mark)
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Since when is Greg Rudeski English? « Reply #8 on: October 16, 2005, 01:54 PM »
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I do, too.

I've never taken to Greg. I cant put my finger on it, I just find his personality grates.

His tennis has, at times, been awesome, but when he reached the US Open finals I was rooting for Pat Rafter. BIGTIME!

I adore Pat  . My ultimate tennis god. Wink


 Crying or Very sad  It's such a shame he retired.


Yeah, I have seen him play, he is good Pat Rafter and been in Wimbledon finals few times too.  Smile
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Since when is Greg Rudeski English? « Reply #9 on: October 16, 2005, 08:21 PM »
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Yeah, I have seen him play, he is good Pat Rafter and been in Wimbledon finals few times too.  Smile


The last great serve and volleyer. And very pleasing on the eye. Wink




 :P  I've just found my avatar pic I think!!
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