Andy Murray vs Mikhail Kukushkin, Tuesday, Estimated time - 4:30pm BST - Discuss the match
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Tim Henman

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This is very bad news. has tim played against gasquet before
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Gasquet is third seed..... and they have never played a match before....
Should be an interesting match  goodjob
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Gasquet is amazing, I love him  wub
Wasn't it him who beat Federer in a year he only lost some matches...?
It wil be an amazing match Very Happy
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Henman never played him before...

http://www.atptennis.com/en/players/headtohead/head2head.asp?player1=Henman&player2=Gasquet
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Yeah, Gasquet was one of only four people to beat Federer this year.
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http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/tennis/4573212.stm
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According to Henmans website - 'Tim thinks that Federer is the man to beat in Doha'.
Ahh Tim, you are wonderful Smile
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Thanks John  goodjob
Let's hope he can do well  goodjob
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Tim playing 17.30 local time (? is that their time? If so they're 3 hours ahead of us) on Monday 2nd January - good luck Tim!  If the picture of him on his website is current, then he looks in good shape!  crossfingers
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Yup, they are 3 hours ahead of us. Smile

Good luck Tim! goodjob
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Yey...... c'mon Tim  goodjob
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Eurosport have live coverage of Doha at 2.30pm, maybe they'll show Tim's match goodjob
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i really hope he does well, cause he will probably retire soon and it would be nice for him to have a good year, so go on Tim goodjob
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Eurosport covers it? Aaaawwww, I hope they show Tim  =D>
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Tim beat Richard Gasquet 6-4 6-4 in the opening round of ATP Doha Smile By all accounts he played very well and was able to move around the court in a manner that could match his teenage opponent. Gasquet seemed inconsistent, although he conjured up some wonderful passing shots and his backhand was 'sublime' throughout.
Tim took the first set easily, but the second was a lot scrappier, with mr henman finally sealing the game on his third match point.
Amusingly, Tim started with a double fault and finished with an ace!
Heres to the second round!

(obv. these are not my opinions as I am eurosport deprived, but I thought I'd give a round-up)
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