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 on: Today at 06:32 PM 
Started by scotnadian - Last post by Aileen
   I've an idea that he has a deal with Jaguar, but need to confirm.
If he wins the tournie he'll get a gift of a BMW anyway, but you're right in thinking he has, or has had, a deal with Jaguar - http://www.carthrottle.com/post/the-cars-that-wimbledon-champion-andy-murray-drives/

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 on: Today at 06:31 PM 
Started by top_spin - Last post by michelle
Thanks ATL for the pictures and all the information you give us to keep up to date with what is going on.

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 on: Today at 06:31 PM 
Started by Helen40 - Last post by Matthew2408
Final QR tomorrow, so Wardy will end up with one of these players

Marek Michalika
Robin Stanek
Dusan Lodja
Adrian Partl
Michal Bisko
Pascal Brunner
Grzegorz Panfil
Petr Michnev

Do we have a preference.  What do we know about these blokes

Hardly the strongest list. I must admit I have only heard of Lodja who was a promising junior who has never done anything on the professional tour. And also Panfil who I remember from last years Hopman Cup who along with Aga lead Poland to the final- defeating Raonic and taking a set off Tsonga in the final, but other than that I have never seen him mentioned anywhere.

Wardy should really beat whoever he gets, but as we know qulaifiers can be dangerous due to their match practice having come through qualies.

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 on: Today at 06:26 PM 
Started by Connor - Last post by blueberryhill
@Caz
She's my favourite female player too. But Kerber is my 2nd so thrilled she won. yay
Was hoping Pablo could win, but alas no. Served a double at a really bad moment. 

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 on: Today at 06:24 PM 
Started by top_spin - Last post by amongsttheleaves
Some Munich practice photos

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 on: Today at 06:22 PM 
Started by Helen40 - Last post by eeyorebob
Final QR tomorrow, so Wardy will end up with one of these players

Marek Michalika
Robin Stanek
Dusan Lodja
Adrian Partl
Michal Bisko
Pascal Brunner
Grzegorz Panfil
Petr Michnev

Do we have a preference.  What do we know about these blokes

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 on: Today at 06:11 PM 
Started by Matthew2408 - Last post by Iluvandy
Doesn't help your gospel claim. Why did I say 'he is known as a bully'?  Because various people who have had direct experiences with him have claimed to experience his behaviour as bullying. It is no sort of claim to incontrovertible knowledge on my part.

As for post-leadership experiences. It is very common for political leaders to miss their old role and envy those now in post.
Some of this can be ego, some of it that nothing can match the excitement or intensity of the role once it has gone. its a pretty human response.

You are being deliberately obtuse I think.   For as many as would support your claim I could no doubt find others to refute it.   On each side there would be direct knowledge.   Opinion only and second hand at that.  

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 on: Today at 06:06 PM 
Started by angiebabez - Last post by amongsttheleaves
I can't decide whether that sounds a good idea or not, but then maybe it's better that Andy and Jonas have time together without Amelie around to really see how things work out between them. Fingers crossed

Aileen, my feeling is that it is better for Jonas and Andy to have their first week 'alone' - as it were - at a 250 rather than a Masters where the stakes are much higher. Amelie was in Barcelona all this week - longer than Jonas was due to the dancing malarkey he had to go back to Sweden for.

Back in March Amelie said the most important thing is that they are all on the same page about the direction to go in and the work to be done to improve aspects of Andy's game. It is clear that she and Andy agree about these things and indications are that Jonas is on board with the direction to go in as well.

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 on: Today at 06:03 PM 
Started by Matthew2408 - Last post by Aileen
  Milliband doesn't need a deal with the SNP - Ian McWhirter in todays Sunday Herald has described a convincing Scenario where a Tory minority Queens Speech falls, the House fails to vote for another GE with the required 2/3 majority, Labour puts forward a legislative programme that the Liberals have to support in the spirit of a grand coalition excluding the SNP, but the guts of which are fully compliant with the SNP manifesto allowing them to support it in the main. But the SNP can still claim to have locked out the Tories, and still make common cause with relevant groupings.  Let's see.
Interesting ...


Keep up the good work, MM.    I was out yesterday in the sunshine and had a day off to-day.    Some of the others were leafleting to-day, dodging hailstones.  The response and the interest is heartening.   
A friend has been out canvassing in his constituency of Edinburgh East both yesterday and today, and in fact has been involved since campaigning began.  General response has been very encouraging.  In fact they were told the other day that Labour have all but give up because their candidate feels 'too dispirited' to continue, but they're well aware that this could just be a ploy to lull potential SNP voters into a false sense of complacency so will continue to work as hard as they can.

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 on: Today at 06:02 PM 
Started by Matthew2408 - Last post by Iluvandy
I'm not mad I can assure you - i don't follow in blind faith , I read up about things before making my mind up I just don't want to read graphs n figures that you throw in all the time.  You are obviously pretty intelligent I get that but it doesn't mean those that don't agree with you are not or "mad" as you so nicely labelled me.  Anyway off to do more leafleting etc.  politics on the ground is much more interesting and satisfying and real!!

Keep up the good work, MM.    I was out yesterday in the sunshine and had a day off to-day.    Some of the others were leafleting to-day, dodging hailstones.  The response and the interest is heartening.   

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