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Re: May the best man win « Reply #15 on: July 08, 2012, 08:29 PM »
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Hard luck to you guys and Murray I felt and for him the guy deserves a major title and truth be told I was very worried in the 2nd set I really thought he had a bit of destiny on his side!

I am delighted for Roger but not here to gloat just to say congratulations on a great tournament stay upbeat and keep cheering he will win a major very soon I am sure of it :-)
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Re: May the best man win « Reply #16 on: July 08, 2012, 11:10 PM »
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Hard luck to you guys and Murray I felt and for him the guy deserves a major title and truth be told I was very worried in the 2nd set I really thought he had a bit of destiny on his side!

I am delighted for Roger but not here to gloat just to say congratulations on a great tournament stay upbeat and keep cheering he will win a major very soon I am sure of it :-)


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Re: May the best man win « Reply #17 on: July 09, 2012, 11:19 AM »
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I have thought for some time now that Andy has a much better chance of winning at the US Open later this year. Ivan Lendl continues to work with him. He will be away from all the local boy pressures, the hard surface is still his best surface.

I think he has to win a Grand Slam away from the UK first (US or Aus), then when he arrives a Wimbledon he will be fully prepared to finally take the big one!
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Re: May the best man win « Reply #18 on: July 09, 2012, 07:58 PM »
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I too think it would be easier, easier lol, for Andy to win USOpen. After all he is junior champ and loves the tournament. He's had bad luck with injury there in the past unfortunately.
There's just too much riding on Wimbledon. Good thing is 90% of British population will now forget about tennis for 50 weeks of the year and leave Andy alone and the pressure will be off.
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Re: May the best man win « Reply #19 on: July 09, 2012, 09:09 PM »
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I too would prefer the USO then the Aussie Open.    Wimbledon is too establishment and po-faced.    The only bit of it I like is the grass!!!!
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