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Re: Murray blows Berdych off the court « Reply #30 on: September 09, 2012, 12:53 AM »
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http://www.usopen.org/en_US/news/interviews/2012-09-08/201209081347138224017.html

Lots of credit given by Berdych for Andy's win....NOT!
Andy practices more in bad conditions and prepares better for these kind of situations, it's part of the game you need to be aware of and it's a tennis skill like any other. He can say if he wants that Andy only won because he adjusts to the wind better but then that is a credit to Andy for being a more well-rounded player.

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Re: Murray blows Berdych off the court « Reply #31 on: September 09, 2012, 12:53 AM »
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Another wrong assessment by those (not here) who are now saying that Federer would have won under these conditions. Please. His 1st serve would have been just as much under trouble and Andy would have taken full advantage of his 2nd serve. People, people, people some perspective please. Also, don't forget how well Federer played under the roof at Wimbledon after the rain delay, where the conditions were controlled. Ask Mac and he will tell you that Andy is the best player out there who tends to adjust the conditions the best because of the vast variety he has to offer and a brain that he has in his head. Come on! lol
Have you forgotten Federer is no longer in this tournament?  And are you on acid?
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Re: Murray blows Berdych off the court « Reply #32 on: September 09, 2012, 12:53 AM »
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http://www.usopen.org/en_US/news/interviews/2012-09-08/201209081347138224017.html

Lots of credit given by Berdych for Andy's win....NOT!

Graceless cretin. I didn't like him before, I want to thump him now.
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Re: Murray blows Berdych off the court « Reply #33 on: September 09, 2012, 12:57 AM »
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http://www.usopen.org/en_US/news/interviews/2012-09-08/201209081347138224017.html

Lots of credit given by Berdych for Andy's win....NOT!
Definitely top of my seriously dislike list now.  He's far worse than Federer, who at least does say something, even if it is a back-handed compliment, about his opponents.
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Re: Murray blows Berdych off the court « Reply #34 on: September 09, 2012, 12:57 AM »
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Another wrong assessment by those (not here) who are now saying that Federer would have won under these conditions. Please. His 1st serve would have been just as much under trouble and Andy would have taken full advantage of his 2nd serve. People, people, people some perspective please. Also, don't forget how well Federer played under the roof at Wimbledon after the rain delay, where the conditions were controlled. Ask Mac and he will tell you that Andy is the best player out there who tends to adjust the conditions the best because of the vast variety he has to offer and a brain that he has in his head. Come on! lol

Federer was shanking nicey in fairly still conditions, let alone winds like that. Fed at his peak would win and deal with it but i doubt he would now. He's the greatest indoor player for a reason, he plays best when the elements are under control.
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Re: Murray blows Berdych off the court « Reply #35 on: September 09, 2012, 12:57 AM »
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Have you forgotten Federer is no longer in this tournament?  And are you on acid?

I thought I had clarified where I was coming from? I am reading other forums where people are claiming that Federer would have won the match today had he beaten Berdy the other night. It's just my right to speculate something similar?
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Re: Murray blows Berdych off the court « Reply #36 on: September 09, 2012, 12:59 AM »
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Federer was shanking nicey in fairly still conditions, let alone winds like that. Fed at his peak would win and deal with it but i doubt he would now. He's the greatest indoor player for a reason, he plays best when the elements are under control.

Yes, of course. I don't know what these posters are smoking, really.
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Re: Murray blows Berdych off the court « Reply #37 on: September 09, 2012, 12:59 AM »
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Teejay I understand what you are saying but the fact that Andy has that sportsmanship is one of his greatest attributes. The fact that Berdych was  so graceless and Andy so sporting seperates them as people as well as athletes and at the end of the day if Andy continues to be himself then that is what he will be remembered for equally with all the Grand slams he will win. No one really likes Berdych anyway for the way he acts , well maybe his mum.
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Re: Murray blows Berdych off the court « Reply #38 on: September 09, 2012, 01:01 AM »
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Graceless cretin. I didn't like him before, I want to thump him now.
Feck sake - they may say Andy is dour - but he at least gives his audience eye contact.  Berdych came across as a complete *****.
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Re: Murray blows Berdych off the court « Reply #39 on: September 09, 2012, 01:08 AM »
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Feck sake - they may say Andy is dour - but he at least gives his audience eye contact.  Berdych came across as a complete *****.

Indeed. I think they should stick him in WTA.
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Re: Murray blows Berdych off the court « Reply #40 on: September 09, 2012, 01:11 AM »
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Indeed. I think they should stick him in WTA.
The Klumps (Williams) would eat him up and spit the bones out.  Frown
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Re: Murray blows Berdych off the court « Reply #41 on: September 09, 2012, 01:14 AM »
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I got very annoyed with the Eurosport comms who kept reminding us that Federer had played Agassi in the USO final in 2005, and won, despite conditions being, so they said, even windier than they were today.  Quite frankly I failed to see the relevance of that to this match.  It seems to me these Fed worshippers have to drag his name into everything.  It's pathetic.
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Re: Murray blows Berdych off the court « Reply #42 on: September 09, 2012, 01:17 AM »
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Honestly, do you prefere to play against Ferrer and keep inside scary feeling about an incredible loss or prefere to play against Djokovic and go into the match thinking: "Ok, i am a little underdog in this final"?
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Re: Murray blows Berdych off the court « Reply #43 on: September 09, 2012, 01:23 AM »
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Honestly, do you prefere to play against Ferrer and keep inside scary feeling about an incredible loss or prefere to play against Djokovic and go into the match thinking: "Ok, i am a little underdog in this final"?

I always prefer Andy to be underdog, but in the situation where youre trying to win your first slam you'd rather play a 0-time GS champion or finalist even than a 5-time Gs champion. so i'd choose Ferrer the pressure would be big as he would be a strong favorite...however were hoping Andy is mature enough now to deal with this.
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Re: Murray blows Berdych off the court « Reply #44 on: September 09, 2012, 01:25 AM »
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I got very annoyed with the Eurosport comms who kept reminding us that Federer had played Agassi in the USO final in 2005, and won, despite conditions being, so they said, even windier than they were today.  Quite frankly I failed to see the relevance of that to this match.  It seems to me these Fed worshippers have to drag his name into everything.  It's pathetic.

And Agassi was what? Almost 35 years old? Pure worshiping indeed.
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