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 on: Yesterday at 07:11 PM 
Started by Shooting Star - Last post by iamabritt
Andy Murray yay

 on: Yesterday at 07:11 PM 
Started by Quackers - Last post by iamabritt
Danny Thomas

 on: Yesterday at 07:10 PM 
Started by Mark - Last post by iamabritt

 on: Yesterday at 07:09 PM 
Started by eira_arian - Last post by iamabritt
Hamas has always played this game of putting civilians in with their  guys ,that way isreal looks really bad when there are deaths. yes I did read the article from the guardian but it makes no difference to my thinking Israel has the right to defend itself and their land .

 on: Yesterday at 06:42 PM 
Started by Murray Magic - Last post by althusser
My final comment perhaps!

Some suggested some guidance from Jimmy Connors which seemed a good option that never materialised. Amelie has no history of making things happen bar coaching Bartoli to win a slam.

So, Amelie has no history of making things happen. Other of course than winning two slams herself, and then last year helping a slamless outsider win the  biggest prize in tennis!

What has Connors done as a coach? - did nothing with Roddick and then sacked by Sharapova after a week. It does demonstrate how women's achivements are regularly downplayed relative to men.

 on: Yesterday at 06:15 PM 
Started by laundry - Last post by Apollo

 on: Yesterday at 06:04 PM 
Started by scot-boy - Last post by flowerpower
Andy Murray is set to retain Amelie Mauresmo as his new coach.

The Briton announced the link-up with the French former Wimbledon champion shortly before the grass-court season.

Andy Murray Murray was pictured with Mauresmo at his Miami training camp

They held talks after Murray, 27, was beaten in the Wimbledon quarter-finals by Grigor Dimitrov, which saw him drop to 10th in the world rankings.

Photographs of Mauresmo at Murray's training camp in Miami  suggest the partnership will continue, with an announcement expected in the next week.

Mauresmo, 34, had pledged not to make any major changes to Murray's game ahead of the defence of both his Queen's and Wimbledon titles this summer.

However, Murray admitted he needed to make improvements to his game following the straight-sets defeat by Dimitrov.


Murray had made it clear he would like to continue working with the former world number one, who also won the Australian Open during her career.

Murray had been without a coach since the departure of Ivan Lendl in March, with the pair having worked together for two years in which the Scot won Olympic gold, the 2012 US Open and last year's Wimbledon.

 on: Yesterday at 06:03 PM 
Started by scot-boy - Last post by flowerpower

 on: Yesterday at 05:57 PM 
Started by scot-boy - Last post by Connor
Shut it

Make me you hoot.

 on: Yesterday at 05:46 PM 
Started by scot-boy - Last post by angiebabez
Where? Do you have a sixth sense for ownage that I don't have?

Shut it

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