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Bevc
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Andy and Tim to play doubles? « on: November 07, 2005, 04:45 PM »
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Just been reading Tim's Q & A section this week, and this was one of the questions:-

I think you and Andy Murray would make a great doubles pairing – what about teaming up with him and winning Wimbledon next year to give us all something special to celebrate?

From: Rebekah
Tim says: "I think you're right, Andy and I would probably play really well together, but I think we'll both be concentrating on winning the singles at Wimbledon next year and personally I think it's too difficult to compete in more than one event at a Grand Slam without it taking its toll somewhere along the line."


What a great pity that is - they'd be fab wouldn't they?  Crying or Very sad
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Andy and Tim to play doubles? « Reply #1 on: November 07, 2005, 04:48 PM »
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huh....

Tim answers his own questions...WOW!!!

Why doesnt Mr Mooray do that???

That would be amazing!!!

Tim is right- they want to win the singles. I still dont think they could beat the Bryan bros. You dont have to be amazing to win doubles. Co-ordination is the key
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Andy and Tim to play doubles? « Reply #2 on: November 07, 2005, 04:53 PM »
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Quote from: "Sir Panda"
huh....

Tim answers his own questions...WOW!!!

Why doesnt Mr Mooray do that???

That would be amazing!!!

Tim is right- they want to win the singles. I still dont think they could beat the Bryan bros. You dont have to be amazing to win doubles. Co-ordination is the key


It has been suggested to Mark about a Q & A section which he's taking as a suggestion when he meets up with the 'Murray team' sometime soon, along with the suggestion of having a schedule - see Murrays team contacted me section for more info. and input any suggestions you may have.

I must admit I like watching the Bryan Bros playing but what a great pity that we don't have a really good British doubles pair to watch too.
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Andy and Tim to play doubles? « Reply #3 on: November 07, 2005, 04:54 PM »
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I think they would make quite a good doubles team, what with Tim's serve/volley and Andy's general geniousness, they's do quite well. But i'd much prefer Andy to concentrate on his singles at the moment.
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Andy and Tim to play doubles? « Reply #4 on: November 07, 2005, 05:25 PM »
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well we do have fleming/murray (thats jaime aka big bro) who seem to be quite a formidable doubles pairing, if only jaime could be persuaded to concentrate on the doubles full-time......
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Andy and Tim to play doubles? « Reply #5 on: November 07, 2005, 06:05 PM »
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well we do have fleming/murray (thats jaime aka big bro) who seem to be quite a formidable doubles pairing, if only jaime could be persuaded to concentrate on the doubles full-time......


I'm sorry, but I've not seen them play.  Lets hope then.  crossfingers
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Andy and Tim to play doubles? « Reply #6 on: November 07, 2005, 06:08 PM »
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Quote from: "Bevc"
Quote from: "eira_arian"
well we do have fleming/murray (thats jaime aka big bro) who seem to be quite a formidable doubles pairing, if only jaime could be persuaded to concentrate on the doubles full-time......


I'm sorry, but I've not seen them play.  Lets hope then.  crossfingers


they're not even on the challenger circuit yet, so don't worry about it!! i've never seen them player either Smile they've had a lot of success this year though, which is fab!
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