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Re: Fish gets caught out by Murray « Reply #30 on: August 21, 2011, 08:43 PM »
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Think Andy had good support from the crowd except when playing Fish. A good amount of Union Jacks and Saltires. He did not look as tired today as he was yesterday the heat is oppressive, humidity is a killer.
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Re: Fish gets caught out by Murray « Reply #31 on: August 21, 2011, 09:22 PM »
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Well, we don't know when he started this diet, [well I don't anyway], but to me, he hasn't seemed to have had much energy the last two weeks! I don't think it can 'all' be down to heat as he often has to do that, but we just have to hope ........
Seemed ok today Caz - went to the gym while awaiting the presentation!
And little buddha, I think Andy's British supporters need to learn how to shout as loudly as the Serbs!
Oh and finally managed to watch yesterday's match today.  Someone has probably commented on this already but not read the whole thread:  the fact Andy thought he'd won the match and indeed the match had been called and then had to go back and play 2 more points showed great strength of character I thought. 
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Re: Fish gets caught out by Murray « Reply #32 on: August 22, 2011, 06:26 AM »
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Yes.....he did seem less tired today Ruthie, but he may have gone to the gym for a 'wee lie doon' on the treadmill!    Only kidding! w00t   Yes, I thought Andy handled the situation really well when he had to re enter the match with Fish! That situation would have 'thrown' a lesser mortal, but our lad just stepped back in and finished the job! No sweat!
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Re: Fish gets caught out by Murray « Reply #33 on: August 22, 2011, 10:19 AM »
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Yes.....he did seem less tired today Ruthie, but he may have gone to the gym for a 'wee lie doon' on the treadmill!    Only kidding! w00t   Yes, I thought Andy handled the situation really well when he had to re enter the match with Fish! That situation would have 'thrown' a lesser mortal, but our lad just stepped back in and finished the job! No sweat!
Having seen Andy's post-Fish interview now, it seems not so much he was tired but that his legs were giving out.  So that explains why he was in the gym.  It also seems that the courts have v different surfaces at Cinci so he was really disadvantaged by having to play on 3 different courts.  But I thought he talked about how he'd gone down the pecking order because of it being a joint event very well ie with humour rather than sounding prima donnaish. 
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Re: Fish gets caught out by Murray « Reply #34 on: August 22, 2011, 10:23 AM »
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Yes Ruthie, It was his legs he [and I] were talking about!
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Re: Fish gets caught out by Murray « Reply #35 on: August 22, 2011, 10:25 AM »
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Yes Ruthie, It was his legs he [and I] were talking about!
Would legs be affected by diet Caz?   
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Re: Fish gets caught out by Murray « Reply #36 on: August 22, 2011, 10:31 AM »
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I would think the whole body would be affected Ruthie, but maybe the legs feel it worse because of the amount of running he has to do on court! Anyway, what my original post said was that I hoped it 'wasn't' due to the diet, not that it 'was' due to the diet!
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Re: Fish gets caught out by Murray « Reply #37 on: August 22, 2011, 04:18 PM »
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I would think the whole body would be affected Ruthie, but maybe the legs feel it worse because of the amount of running he has to do on court! Anyway, what my original post said was that I hoped it 'wasn't' due to the diet, not that it 'was' due to the diet!
Ah!  Funny a whole theory can develop on the basis of an innocent question!  w00t
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Re: Fish gets caught out by Murray « Reply #38 on: August 22, 2011, 04:21 PM »
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Wouldn't you think diet affects the whole body?
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Re: Fish gets caught out by Murray « Reply #39 on: August 22, 2011, 04:23 PM »
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I honestly don't know Caz.  So I was asking a genuine question.  I guess I think of diet as affecting things like the heart rather than the legs, but then my legs don't have to do the kind of work that Andy's do!
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Re: Fish gets caught out by Murray « Reply #40 on: August 22, 2011, 04:48 PM »
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Sorry Ruthie, I just began to feel like people were talking to me as though I'd said it was the new diet and disagreeing with me, when actually, that isn't what I said at all! In answer to your question......I'm no scientist, but I would think that a diet would affect the whole body, though it may affect certain parts of the body more adversely than others! Like you suggested, a fatty diet would be bad for the heart! There are some foods which give you instant energy e.g. honey! Bananas are good too! Pasta gives you longer lasting energy as the muscles can store it! That's why it's favoured by people doing marathons! It just worries me that we don't know everything yet! One minute we're told one thing is good for you and then told it's bad for you at a later date! You'll have heard all the stories about the 'wonder diets' over the years, just like I have.
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Re: Fish gets caught out by Murray « Reply #41 on: August 22, 2011, 05:18 PM »
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I honestly don't know Caz.  So I was asking a genuine question.  I guess I think of diet as affecting things like the heart rather than the legs, but then my legs don't have to do the kind of work that Andy's do!
He did say he had a blood test before starting this new nutrition progarmme.which tells which food are good or i suppose bad for his blood type
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Re: Fish gets caught out by Murray « Reply #42 on: August 22, 2011, 05:23 PM »
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He did say he had a blood test before starting this new nutrition progarmme.which tells which food are good or i suppose bad for his blood type
And I guess the fact that he's added a nutritionist to his team means that his diet is constantly being reviewed.  If it was just a case of categorising foods according to a colour code and then following it, he wouldn't need to be paying this guy's salary!  So let's just hope he's chosen a good one. 
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