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Andy Murray vs David Ferrer, Saturday, Time: 2pm BST - Discuss the match
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 on: Yesterday at 11:26 PM 
Started by Ruthie - Last post by Aileen
It's on sky sports 3 from 1:30 (am guessing that's all the pre match chat).
It will be Westie because the match isn't scheduled to start until 2pm.

  One question is who will under the greater pressure to deliver tomorrow - home hope and WTF trailer Ferrer, or Murray who is desperate to claw his way back to major contention? There is a real chance they will play each other to a standstill, but Ferrer probably has marginally more to lose, he is close to the end of his career and a loss here in his heartland could the beginning of his final demise.
Good point Fiverings, especially as Ferrer lost in straight sets to the lower ranked Mikhail Youzhny in the final here last year.

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 on: Yesterday at 11:17 PM 
Started by Connor - Last post by Aileen
   Not just the baby. He will be thinking about Jelena as well I'm sure.
I realise that too, so it begs the question as to just how far his mind will be focussed on his matches.

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 on: Yesterday at 11:05 PM 
Started by angiebabez - Last post by BigNose
Thanks Sickboy and Gio. Andy may be feeling tired but he must know he can book his place to the WTF by winning this tournament. He can then treat Paris as a training exercise. So Im sure he'll give it absolutely everything tomorrow and hopefully sunday.

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 on: Yesterday at 10:59 PM 
Started by Connor - Last post by Fiverings
The BBC reported that as well so at least we now know what's going on.
Your depth of experience for one so young truly amazes me Connor. lol   I do agree though that if the baby gets sick, which pray god he doesn't, Djoko will be off home on the first flight.
   Not just the baby. He will be thinking about Jelena as well I'm sure.

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 on: Yesterday at 10:52 PM 
Started by top_spin - Last post by Aileen
. Bless him , hope his team work their magic  FP  nervous
Well they've done a great job of keeping him going so far, so fingers crossed.

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 on: Yesterday at 10:50 PM 
Started by Connor - Last post by Aileen
Nadal doesn't play anymore in 2014, will quit from WTF, he said this in the post match interview, the com. said... No London...His operation will be in November.
The BBC reported that as well so at least we now know what's going on.

Depends if Djokovic plays, those first few weeks are crucial with a newborn.
Your depth of experience for one so young truly amazes me Connor. lol   I do agree though that if the baby gets sick, which pray god he doesn't, Djoko will be off home on the first flight.

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 on: Yesterday at 10:47 PM 
Started by Ruthie - Last post by asimov
  One question is who will under the greater pressure to deliver tomorrow - home hope and WTF trailer Ferrer, or Murray who is desperate to claw his way back to major contention? There is a real chance they will play each other to a standstill, but Ferrer probably has marginally more to lose, he is close to the end of his career and a loss here in his heartland could the beginning of his final demise.

On paper this game could not be closer, they have beaten each other within the last 2 weeks. Ferrer will run forever, he doesn't understand the concept of giving in and I can't help but feel all the games are catching up with Andy but again I think he is the better player and he will be determined to get that second win. Whoever wins this (provided they have the energy left) should win the final. Too close to call, I will go for Andy in 3 but it could easily go the other way. This is what makes tennis such a great sport.

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 on: Yesterday at 10:18 PM 
Started by angiebabez - Last post by marathonarthur
Sickboy,

Good set of ifs and buts. There are many more variations.

Lots of variables. I am not going to predict or expect anything and wait to see what will be necessary next week for Andy to be at WTF.

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 on: Yesterday at 10:18 PM 
Started by Connor - Last post by Geo
If Federer wins Basel he's only 490 behind Djokovic in the Race.  He also has the Davis Cup Final against France to collect more points.

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 on: Yesterday at 10:14 PM 
Started by Ruthie - Last post by Fiverings
Andy has the evil eye over Ferrer, especially when the result counts. I am aware that on occasions this comment is not accurate, but the eye is all important.

Go get him Andy! Irrespective of the times each was on court today, Andy will come out to ward off the naughty spirits.
  One question is who will under the greater pressure to deliver tomorrow - home hope and WTF trailer Ferrer, or Murray who is desperate to claw his way back to major contention? There is a real chance they will play each other to a standstill, but Ferrer probably has marginally more to lose, he is close to the end of his career and a loss here in his heartland could the beginning of his final demise.

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