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 71 
 on: Yesterday at 08:48 PM 
Started by Connor - Last post by Matthew2408
Watch for the touching of the shoulder,   It was a bit like the old days.   Andy is stubborn about calling the trainer out and it's a last resort for him but he definitely had a problem which would be made worse by sitting out Seppi's MTO.


I honestly believe that if Seppi hadn't taken the MTO, then Andy wouldn't have had one as well- as you said Andy never takes MTO's.

 72 
 on: Yesterday at 08:48 PM 
Started by Connor - Last post by Fiverings
Andy wins!  Everyone on their feet and Seppi takes the loss like a gentleman. Smiles and pat on back.

Now for Karlovic.. that miserable old fart that accused Wimbledon officials of cheating so Andy could win. I'll never forget that.

  That's rich considering todays double hit controversy.

 73 
 on: Yesterday at 08:47 PM 
Started by Connor - Last post by circe
  Maybe he should have a knock up with the ballboys to keep moving next time Djoko has one!!  I distinctly recall him playing against the end wall during Djokos mto at the US Open in 2012.
That suggestion is worth a personal tweet to the man himslef.  Would totally get the crowd on his side as well.

 74 
 on: Yesterday at 08:46 PM 
Started by Connor - Last post by Iluvandy
I'm going to rewatch the match as soon as I can so that I can fully appreciate Andy's performance.  It has left me feeling a bit flat because it was utterly frustrating and perplexing.  Need to rejoice in that last set performance.  Smile

Watch for the touching of the shoulder,   It was a bit like the old days.   Andy is stubborn about calling the trainer out and it's a last resort for him but he definitely had a problem which would be made worse by sitting out Seppi's MTO.

 75 
 on: Yesterday at 08:43 PM 
Started by Connor - Last post by doublebagel
I actually think that the fourth-set comeback sums up the difference between now-Andy and then-Andy. In the bad old days he would have let the third set problem get completely inside his head, lost his temper, shouted at his box and gone fully off the rails. But the now-Andy thought it over, found a way to take a mental break, got his head back in the game and let his feelings give him power instead of problems.

yes

 76 
 on: Yesterday at 08:42 PM 
Started by Connor - Last post by Iluvandy
 


I can't believe no-one noticed it.    He was obviously having a bit of trouble and it no doubt stiffened up when Seppi had his MTO.   Look at a recording.

 77 
 on: Yesterday at 08:42 PM 
Started by Connor - Last post by Fiverings
Maybe this is the turning point for the way MTOs affect Andy...
  Maybe he should have a knock up with the ballboys to keep moving next time Djoko has one!!  I distinctly recall him playing against the end wall during Djokos mto at the US Open in 2012.

 78 
 on: Yesterday at 08:41 PM 
Started by Connor - Last post by Tamaragl
I actually think that the fourth-set comeback sums up the difference between now-Andy and then-Andy. In the bad old days he would have let the third set problem get completely inside his head, lost his temper, shouted at his box and gone fully off the rails. But the now-Andy thought it over, found a way to take a mental break, got his head back in the game and let his feelings give him power instead of problems.

 79 
 on: Yesterday at 08:39 PM 
Started by Connor - Last post by Matthew2408
Karlovic eh? Don't fancy that too much but Andy will find a way.

Andy's favourite kind of match, he loves playing big servers!

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 on: Yesterday at 08:38 PM 
Started by Connor - Last post by doublebagel
I'm going to rewatch the match as soon as I can so that I can fully appreciate Andy's performance.  It has left me feeling a bit flat because it was utterly frustrating and perplexing.  Need to rejoice in that last set performance.  Smile

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