Andy Murray vs Philipp Kohlschreiber, Monday, Time - 10:00am BST - Discuss the match
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Henman back in action

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Any of you going to be following his match today, or have you all forgotten poor old Tim? :?

The BBC will probably have their game by game updates, but if not, the tournament website has a live score thing.

Go to http://www.sport1.at/pub/catennistrophy/English/Main.html then "Draws and Results", "Live Ticker". Smile
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thanks for that website, i have been trying to find a live score everywhere!
i will be watching the match, i still love henman, even though i think if he loses this match it sadly is the end for tim  Frown
good luck to him!
ps what times he playing?
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According to the good ol' BBC, around 5pm. Smile
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Fernando Gonzalez v Tomas Berdych, this is the match before Henman's.

Gonzales just took the first set 6-2... maybe Tim will be on before 5. Smile
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There's a good article on sport.telegraph entitled Henman facing duel for the crown, sorry I don't know how to put the link in so you'll need to search for it yourself if you want to read it, it was written yesterday.  It also has a graph showing the possible date Andy will overtake Tim Henman.
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Saw that earlier... interesting article.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/main.jhtml?xml=/sport/2005/10/09/stmurr09.xml&sSheet=/sport/2005/10/10/ixtenn.html
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yep, im loving the graph! the first murray/henman match (if it ever arrives) would be legendary....Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy
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Thanks for putting the link in John, glad someone knows what their doing.  Gonzales is romping through the second set. 3-0 at the moment.
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Gonzales has beaten Berdych 6-2 6-2... BRING ON HENMAN! Very Happy
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2-2 so far.
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I would just like to say thta Henman should stay around so that some of the british pressure can be taken off Andy. It unfair as we allready know that when Andy is in his peak he will be the only british tennis player in the top 100 it hurts be to say that but it is the truth. So the longer henman stay around the better for Andy. Though Henman may decide that he wants to get out of the game for his family and co as we can all understand. It may not go well for Andy with all this pressure on his shoulders. 8)

Ishee

p.s I would love henman to saty around but if his time has come than so be it. Crying or Very sad  :x
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5-5 in Tims match, looks like he's holding his own at the moment.
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Henman's won the first set 7-5. Smile

Don't know what happened between 2-2 and 5-5 though... the scoreboard was borked. Rolling Eyes
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Telegraph article was very interesting - I'm a big Tim fan and really feel for him.  Great that he's past the first hurdle.  Pity that we don't have more budding tennis players like Andy.  The 'burden' shouldn't be just on one or two players shoulders, as it has been in the past.
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It's great that Henman has finally won a match! I really hope he can get back into the top ten, although I know that'll be hard. Hopefully he'll be back at his best by Wimbledon and then he can finally win it!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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