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Huey and Ingot (12 seeds) through in straight sets against the Number 7 seeds. Fleming through to second round of Mixed Doubles. Ingot looks on course to join him.
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Fantastic work by Bomb Threat there against the 7 seeds.  Good for Colin in the mixed and hope that Dom joins him Very Happy is that on now?
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Fantastic work by Bomb Threat there against the 7 seeds.  Good for Colin in the mixed and hope that Dom joins him Very Happy is that on now?

Been and gone. Straight sets for Ingot as well. Feel a bit sorry for him, he rarely gets a mention, but generally does well.

Jamie lost in the mixed as well, but not surprised. Imagine he will want to forget this AO as soon as possible, it must have been a very frightening experience. I see the ATP are going to look at formalising the heat rules. They obviously need looking at.
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Yes they need to look at that, poor Jamie it must have been really really frightening.  Glad Dom won and got into the next round of the mixed.  I did see an interview on BBC with him, I must go see if i can find it!
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Nope cant find it, but it was only the other day I saw it - so at least they are interviewing him now and showing it.  I also remember seeing something saying that if Leon wanted Dom for the Davis Cup tie he declared himself available and ready.
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Nope cant find it, but it was only the other day I saw it - so at least they are interviewing him now and showing it.  I also remember seeing something saying that if Leon wanted Dom for the Davis Cup tie he declared himself available and ready.


Would like to see him get a crack at DC. I believe he also did the tennis shots for the actor in the film Wimbledon.
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Cool, we need to check that, would he be "credited" in the titles for that?
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Cool, we need to check that, would he be "credited" in the titles for that?

It's in his Wilkepedia entry:-

Father is Andrei Inglot who used to play professional football in Poland. He also has one younger brother called Alex. In 2004 he was picked to serve as the tennis double for actor Paul Bettany who played a British tennis player who won Wimbledon with a wild card entry in the film Wimbledon.[2]
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Was that film any good? I havent seen it LOL
<not that we neeed to see a fictional film about a brit winning wimbledon now Very Happy >
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Was that film any good? I havent seen it LOL
<not that we neeed to see a fictional film about a brit winning wimbledon now Very Happy >

Not one of the cinematic greats IMHO, but worth an hour if you are bored and want something mindless.
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Thanks, will give it a try sometime possibly
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Not one of the cinematic greats IMHO, but worth an hour if you are bored and want something mindless.
Id rather chat to Connor. Very Happy
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Inglot is a great doubles player.
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Inglot is a great doubles player.
Yep, worth his weight in gold.
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Sterling response
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