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 on: Today at 12:54 AM 
Started by scot-boy - Last post by angiebabez
I just don't understand how even Berdych wins so consistently against lower ranked players. Andy you just don't know if he is going to get thrashed by any top 100 player on the day. Im  fed up of it.

Poor you....cant have ya fed up maybe ya should go support someone else Frown

 12 
 on: Today at 12:49 AM 
Started by Aileen - Last post by angiebabez
Utter pish!!! Nothing else to say...other than if he plays like that in Glasgow next week i shall be throwing rotten eggs at him Smile

 13 
 on: Today at 12:40 AM 
Started by Aileen - Last post by flowerpower
Watched to whole thing after all. Coric was really good, instinctive, focused and Murray was really bad, with notes and restless. Didn't see a lot muttering. So he tries (rule 1 ; be good at yourself).

 14 
 on: Today at 12:24 AM 
Started by boogers - Last post by scotnadian
..its well nigh impossible for me to give a meaningful opinion.

Indeed.

 15 
 on: Today at 12:21 AM 
Started by boogers - Last post by BigNose
I personally did not do the surgery and I never saw the medical notes, MRI scans etc so its well nigh impossible for me to give a meaningful opinion.

 16 
 on: Today at 12:16 AM 
Started by mackym - Last post by amongsttheleaves
Cilic 2000?

I was only doing the current, official, top ten from the week beginning 23/02/2015 in those calculations, but as Cilic will be ranked 10 on Monday due to Dimitrov's loss in Acapulco, his numbers are:

All points from last 6 months (inc USO and AO) 2350
Not including slams 350
Including AO but not USO 350
(Titles 2)

In the category Ranking based on period from USO to week beginning 23rd Feb 2015, including both USO and AO, Cilic would sit at 7th, and Nadal would be pushed out ( though if rankings were based entirely on the last six months Nadal would be ranked around 77 at the moment due to having not played much post-Wimbledon due to injury and illness).

In the numbers not including slams Cilic would sit at 10th. He wouldn't feature in the numbers including AO but not USO.

Take away Cilic's USO points and he's doing pretty badly with only 350 points. But he took time out at the end of last season due to injury and has been out all year so far.

 17 
 on: Today at 12:04 AM 
Started by boogers - Last post by scotnadian
Andy is typically rank after the Aussie Open so its not really a surprise. Indeed it looks like he can't really be @rsed at  many events now even if some of the greatest players ever are gracing the courts.  I was hoping this year would be different given he is coming back from the back surgery and the difficult time he had last year. I'll be surprised if tournament directors still pay him an appearance fee to be honest.

What's your take on his back surgery recovery, Pinnochio?  Always good to hear directly from an expert.

(For the benefit of folks here.. Pinnochio told us a while ago he is a back surgeon. Therefore, his opinion is highly regarded.)

What's your appearance fee for your expertise in this field. I'm willing to listen for free.

 18 
 on: Today at 12:01 AM 
Started by mackym - Last post by Grabcopy


Ranking based on period from USO to week beginning 23rd Feb 2015, including both USO and AO:

1 Djokovic (6125)
2 Federer (3740)
3 Nishikori (3330)
4 Murray (3300)
5 Berdych (2820)
6 Wawrinka (2375)
7 Raonic (1870)
8 Ferrer (1710)
9 Dimitrov (960)
10 Nadal (640)



(If I have made any number errors I apologise, and if anyone has different figures I'd be very happy to correct mine as appropriate).

Cilic 2000?

 19 
 on: Yesterday at 11:52 PM 
Started by scot-boy - Last post by plj
ATL, Thank you for your responses to Dex and to BigNose.

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 on: Yesterday at 11:47 PM 
Started by boogers - Last post by BigNose
Can anybody shed any light on why Murray stepped out on court today looking disinterested and listless? Is he ill? Injured? Troubled? All three? This is the worst I have ever seen Murray play - and that's saying something.  Andy only demonstrated today that he is not worthy of the number 3 ranking and as a result it will be taken from him on Monday. I can't think of any other top 5 players - past or present - who regularly "don't show up" on court.  The fans - especially those that payed for tickets - deserve better.

Andy is typically rank after the Aussie Open so its not really a surprise. Indeed it looks like he can't really be @rsed at  many events now even if some of the greatest players ever are gracing the courts.  I was hoping this year would be different given he is coming back from the back surgery and the difficult time he had last year. I'll be surprised if tournament directors still pay him an appearance fee to be honest.

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