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 on: Yesterday at 04:37 PM 
Started by scot-boy - Last post by Ruthie
thanks atl.  What is particularly encouraging is how fresh he said he felt at the end.  He certainly looked like it in the interview I thought -much more so than I'd ever seen him before after a long match I think.  And I'm so impressed with how he can analyse the match so soon after coming off court.

 on: Yesterday at 04:36 PM 
Started by Mark - Last post by doublebagel

 on: Yesterday at 04:34 PM 
Started by Grabcopy - Last post by syc23
Great to see that Andy has got his 'fight' back. This time last year there so many matches where at crucial moments he let slip against Fed at AO and at Cincy, Tsonga in Canada, Rafa in Rome, Djokovic in Miami etc.

Hopefully this will set the tone for 2015.

 on: Yesterday at 04:30 PM 
Started by scot-boy - Last post by amongsttheleaves
Andy's post match press conference 25th January.


 on: Yesterday at 04:30 PM 
Started by eeyorebob - Last post by eeyorebob
No Very Happy

 on: Yesterday at 04:29 PM 
Started by Connor - Last post by Ruthie
I agree pretty good stats - especially pleased with how often and successfully he came forward to net.
Can't agree with you grab.  I think Dimitrov is a really talented player and so quick around the court.
mp - Andy only starts adding points if he wins the QF as he got that far last year.

 on: Yesterday at 04:28 PM 
Started by eeyorebob - Last post by Grabcopy

Are you in Oz?!!

 on: Yesterday at 04:26 PM 
Started by Grabcopy - Last post by Ruthie
A very enjoyable report Nigel.  Phew I'd forgotten just how stressful it can be watching our Andy.  But I thought he did really well to hold it together against an, at times, rampant Dimitrov.  My reaction to the final point was exactly the same as yours though I'd call it cheating.  I have to say Dimitrov has rather lost my respect for not fessing up to the double bounce.  He must have known surely?
Thought Andy remarkably laid back dealing with the stupid interviewer's questions afterwards before politely reminding him he has another match to play tomorrow (Ozzie time).  Although it was a long match at least it was no longer than NK's though that was played earlier of course.
Was disappointed at lack of crowd support for Andy. It felt like the Bulgarians + other Dimi fans took over and although I spotted Andy's boys once they didn't seem to be their usual vocal selves. Were they sitting further back than usual?

 on: Yesterday at 04:23 PM 
Started by Grabcopy - Last post by Grabcopy
Is he really overrated as suggested on the match thread?

Obviously, he's an amazing player - he's among the top 11 in the world. I meant in relative terms. I just don't feel he's top-four material. He's 24 in May - if he was going to make it, I feel he'd have done it by now. He'll probably remain a dangerous top-tenner.

 on: Yesterday at 04:09 PM 
Started by Grabcopy - Last post by eeyorebob
I like him - unless he is playing Andy <or another Brit lol>

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