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Andy Murray vs Andrey Kuznetsov, Saturday, Estimated time - 5:45pm BST - Discuss the match
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 71 
 on: Today at 03:44 AM 
Started by Mark - Last post by Apollo
On court interview after Bachinger match.


 72 
 on: Today at 03:41 AM 
Started by Ruthie - Last post by Apollo
I thought I would get to see Andy's complete match but they showed very little of his match, however, I did get to see Andy's interview so I took a video of it and here it is. If anyone copied his match and could post it, it would be great.


 73 
 on: Today at 03:35 AM 
Started by ProdigyEng - Last post by Aileen
Mid slam seems a very odd time to start this thread!
I agree Westie.  Surely the end of the season would have been more appropriate, assuming of course that Andy's form had shown no signs whatsoever of improving by then.

 74 
 on: Today at 03:11 AM 
Started by Masaka - Last post by Aileen
Surely 60 million people can do more about poverty than 6m or don't we care about the poor if they are English, Welsh or Irish? The more I hear this argument the stupider it seems. Scots dont have a monopoly on caring in fact we are a notoriously mean race. And the Scottish MSPs are just as vain as Westminster. Look at the millions they wasted on their ghastly building, what about the trams? What about the 500k of tax payers money spent on Alex and his pals going to the Ryder Cup in America? I say the fewer boundaries between us the better and the fewer politicians the better. The only speaker I have heard talking any sense is David Cameron.
If Cameron talks sense then why is he so afraid of having a face to face debate with Alex Salmond and by doing so giving us the benefit of his 'sensible' views and not the load of scaremongering BS he so loves to fire at us from the safety of Westminster?

As for the Scots being a notoriously mean race, why is that we're renowned the world over for our generosity and hospitality, something we don't just reserve for the benefit of tourists?

I agree about the ridiculous cost of building the Scottish Parliament, but, as for the trams, it's worth bearing in mind that the SNP never wanted them in the first place, so had that particular scheme been put forward in the last three years it would never have come to fruition.  Also before accusing the SNP of wasting taxpayers' money by taking a 36 strong team to the US 'to watch the golf', think of this fact - in 2006 Jack McConnell and his 'pals' spent £700k in order to attend the "Tartan Day" celebrations in New York and that for no reason other than to promote Scottish tourism, including erecting a VisitScotland ‘village’ in Grand Central Station.  The main purpose behind Salmond's trip was because Scotland was to be the next recipient of the very prestigious Ryder Cup, so he took the opportunity to not only promote tourism but, by taking business leaders with him, to promote Scottish businesses and encourage American companies to invest in Scotland.  Given that the Ryder Cup is expected to inject £100m into the local and national economy, perhaps you could tell me whose visit was the more essential and on a pro rata basis the more expensive?


 75 
 on: Today at 01:55 AM 
Started by scot-boy - Last post by angiebabez

Yeah lovely! Thanks Iona

I can sort of relate to what Andy says....nowhere near on the same scale but I left Scotland when I was 22 and lived in England for 8 years and its true you do appreciate things a lot  more when you are away from them. Having visited Dunblane 4 or 5 times over the last 6 year I can understand what Andy means about thinking its a big place when ur a child but when you go back its tiny. Such a beautiful place though.

 76 
 on: Today at 12:52 AM 
Started by Masaka - Last post by MT
Well.......as long as 'you're all right Jack', but many people aren't!
Surely 60 million people can do more about poverty than 6m or don't we care about the poor if they are English, Welsh or Irish? The more I hear this argument the stupider it seems. Scots dont have a monopoly on caring in fact we are a notoriously mean race. And the Scottish MSPs are just as vain as Westminster. Look at the millions they wasted on their ghastly building, what about the trams? What about the 500k of tax payers money spent on Alex and his pals going to the Ryder Cup in America? I say the fewer boundaries between us the better and the fewer politicians the better. The only speaker I have heard talking any sense in the debate is David Cameron.

 77 
 on: Today at 12:47 AM 
Started by Ruthie - Last post by The Gnome
Whats with the YTD? Seems extremely low.

Those figures are for the main tour only, they won't include challengers.

One of his big wins this year though came at Wimbledon where he beat Ferrer.

 78 
 on: Today at 12:45 AM 
Started by scot-boy - Last post by IonaRed
Does anybody here follow @adidastennis on twitter? When you click on the twitter feed it shows Novak. It used to show Andy. The last mention of Andy was on the 19th August and that was to promote what he was wearing at the Open. Most of the tweets are now Djokovic related. Although other adidas players are being mentioned - just not Andy. Check it out if you can.

 79 
 on: Today at 12:43 AM 
Started by Masaka - Last post by Aileen
Given that GB won't exist other than geographically, is this surprising?  Also the article is so short it gives you no clues as to how he would vote were he able to.  Listening to debates is indicative of nothing other than an interest in what's going on.

 80 
 on: Today at 12:35 AM 
Started by Quackers - Last post by iamabritt
Sylvia Sidney

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