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 on: Today at 06:11 PM 
Started by Connor - Last post by Aileen
I must say that is great news for Zverev's but I am afraid I do not like his tennis or his tantrums. Five racquets broken in the US., Not good
He's young so hopefully will learn to control the worst of his temper before he gets much older.

I guess we'll find out soon if Andy is going to Beijing. Personally I don't much enjoy the Beijing tournament and would rather see Andy play Vienna if he is thinking of skipping one of them.
I hope he skips Beijing and focuses instead of doing well in Shanghai.  In fact from what he was saying about how badly his body needed a rest I'm a bit surprised we haven't heard about a withdrawal from Beijing before now, but it looks like he could be leaving it until the last possible minute before making a decision.

PS - Maybe we shouldn't read too much into this, but I notice that Andy wasn't present at the homecoming celebration for Scots Olympians and Paralympians in Edinburgh today.

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 on: Today at 05:58 PM 
Started by boogers - Last post by iamabritt
Have to love this woman ,her ads tounting how much she loves kids and protects kids...unless they are in the womb and then iits just ravage their  little bodies.

 23 
 on: Today at 05:00 PM 
Started by boogers - Last post by althusser
Democrats should be thankful it's Trump.

Imagine, given how unpopular Hillary is, the Republicans had someone competent up there?

Yeh, though it would be a different challenge. A regular Republican would not have the same anti- establishment factor as Trump

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 on: Today at 04:26 PM 
Started by Connor - Last post by Matthew2408
Sorry Matthew, I misunderstood what you meant re the points. I guess we'll find out soon if Andy is going to Beijing. Personally I don't much enjoy the Beijing tournament and would rather see Andy play Vienna if he is thinking of skipping one of them.

I probably should have been clearer that I meant the rankings and not the race.

I prefer Tokyo to Beijing but I think that may have been influenced by the fact that Djokovic is unbeaten in Beijing. If Andy was to skip one then I'd agree that he should choose Beijing as it has the stronger entry list compared to Vienna. Though would like to see Andy play both if he is able to physically.

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 on: Today at 04:18 PM 
Started by boogers - Last post by blueberryhill
I'm sure I heard Trumpton say, "....She hasn't got the looks or the stamina......"   shocking He then dropped the "looks" bit and went off on a right old rant  about "stamina."

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 on: Today at 04:17 PM 
Started by Connor - Last post by amongsttheleaves
Sorry Matthew, I misunderstood what you meant re the points. I guess we'll find out soon if Andy is going to Beijing. Personally I don't much enjoy the Beijing tournament and would rather see Andy play Vienna if he is thinking of skipping one of them.

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 on: Today at 04:13 PM 
Started by amongsttheleaves - Last post by Tamaragl
Exciting! I saw Jo play Petra on Ashe at the US Open only last year, seems like ages ago.

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 on: Today at 04:06 PM 
Started by Connor - Last post by Matthew2408
^ Beijing is a 500. Not seen anything about Novak at Shanghai.

No mention of Andy being back training yet, and a lot has been said about his fatigue in Cincy, USO and DC. If he's that fatigued then my feeling is skip Beijing. Unless he wasn't as fatigued as he appeared to be?

Novak is very unlikely to play a 500 before Paris and Andy is entered for Vienna so points can be gained then.

Going to Shanghai a little early, but fresh, might reap more rewards?

I know, Djokovic won it last year so will lose 500 points.

Yeah it ultimately depends on how Andy is feeling physically. Wouldn't be surprised if Andy withdraws, I suppose it is probably too much to expect Andy to do well in both 500s and Masters. Being fresh for the WTF should be the main priority- especially with the question marks over Djokovic.

I'd expect Novak will be vulnerable if he does play Shanghai, and it is a tournament where generally Andy has had quite a lot of success.

I can see your point, and would agree with it if Andy still feels as fatigued as it seemed he did.

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 on: Today at 03:39 PM 
Started by amongsttheleaves - Last post by amongsttheleaves
What began as a mess of errors turned into a very good match, with Petra winning in three sets in three hours and twenty minutes. Seemed like she was cramping a bit at the end.

Both Jo and Petra had to dig deep in their matches today, but Jo spent less time on court. They'll be the first evening match tomorrow at 7pm local time, which I think is midday UK time.

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 on: Today at 03:32 PM 
Started by Connor - Last post by amongsttheleaves
^ Beijing is a 500. Not seen anything about Novak at Shanghai.

No mention of Andy being back training yet, and a lot has been said about his fatigue in Cincy, USO and DC. If he's that fatigued then my feeling is skip Beijing. Unless he wasn't as fatigued as he appeared to be?

Novak is very unlikely to play a 500 before Paris and Andy is entered for Vienna so points can be gained then.

Going to Shanghai a little early, but fresh, might reap more rewards?

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