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Question: Who will be the last British player left in Wimbledon (singles) 2006?  (Voting closed: June 21, 2006, 10:53 PM)
Gregory "Greg" Rusedski - 1 (4.8%)
Andrew "Andy" Murray - 2 (9.5%)
Timothy "Tim" Henman - 17 (81%)
Aleksa "Alex" Bogdanovich - 0 (0%)
Any "AN" Other - 1 (4.8%)
Total Voters: 20

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Who will be the last British player left in Wimbledon (singles) 2006?

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iaintheviolaplayer
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I'm voting forTim myself. He's been playing so well recently and I think he's peaking at just the right time. Funny how all the British playrs use shortened versions of their Christian name.
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Actually I agree with you there... can't wait for the draw to come out...
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arka
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Love the poll Iain. goodjob

I'll go for an all British final. wink
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Is that a way to get out of making a decision?
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it is... i said tim...
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Is that a way to get out of making a decision?

yes

I have not set a priority between supporting Andy and Tim. Surprised
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I'm supporting both equally but I think Tim will do better.
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I would love Tim to have a good tournament if it was his swansong.

However, I know where my allegiances lie. Just a shame I cant be there.
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I'm supporting both equally but I think Tim will do better.

My heart has greater control over the keyboard than my brain. wink

I just cant decide. woohoo
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woo hoo

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 It shall be andy. Tim had a good mathc but as he said himself "A sunny day does not make a summer" Tim Henmen
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I would love Tim to have a good tournament if it was his swansong.

However, I know where my allegiances lie. Just a shame I cant be there.
Where do your allegiances lie?
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Sorry, but got to be Tim all the way!
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arka
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Its sort of useless  to include A Bog in that list, but he does not think that way. He has not entered the Dublin Challenger due to be played during the second week of Wimbly.

Is he thinking of making week two? Very Happy

Cheers Alex. goodjob
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This is a no brainer. Henman will be the only one, if any, to go past the 1st round IMO.
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This is a no brainer. Henman will be the only one, if any, to go past the 1st round IMO.

You will be proved wrong. wink


Drop the 'h' from Aleksa's surname Iain.
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