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Re: Nervous Murray outfoxes The Terrier « Reply #75 on: July 06, 2012, 08:55 AM »
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Why don't you find me that bit. I am very sure I never said that. FIND IT! FIND IT NOW! lol but am serious.
Hmm I could've sworn I remember you saying that but quite possible I got you confused with another poster. Will have a look now to see if I can find the posts.

Edit: Had a brief look but can't see anything. Fair enough, I retract my statement... for now. Wink
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Re: Nervous Murray outfoxes The Terrier « Reply #76 on: July 06, 2012, 01:54 PM »
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Hmm I could've sworn I remember you saying that but quite possible I got you confused with another poster. Will have a look now to see if I can find the posts.

Edit: Had a brief look but can't see anything. Fair enough, I retract my statement... for now. Wink

I wouldn't want Federer in the final even in my wildest dream. I want him gone. I think you are referring to my post where I said that the only other scenario where I'd prefer Federer (if he were to make the final) to win the title if he were to face someone who has yet to win a Slam, (Tsonga for instance) and that's only because I don't want anyone else to win a Slam before Andy. In that situation, I'd be left with no other choice but to support Federer.

See, we are talking about Andy winning his first Grand Slam and that's the main goal here. Revenge is not the factor and Andy should never lose sights of things. This is the reason why I prefer Lendl so much, because he's such a level headed person and doesn't have the tendency to get carried away with the revenge stuff. As he said, the main goal is to win 7 matches and that's how Andy should see things. Because if you ask him if he'd be able to win a GS, he'd probably say "I hope so" but if you ask him, if he'd be able to win 7 matches in a row then he would say "yes". You can't get into the revenge mode already when you have yet to win a Slam. That would be really silly.
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Re: Nervous Murray outfoxes The Terrier « Reply #77 on: July 06, 2012, 01:55 PM »
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Hmm I could've sworn I remember you saying that but quite possible I got you confused with another poster. Will have a look now to see if I can find the posts.

Edit: Had a brief look but can't see anything. Fair enough, I retract my statement... for now. Wink

Where's the apology, eh? I am on to you, baby. Be careful what you say. :p
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Re: Nervous Murray outfoxes The Terrier « Reply #78 on: July 19, 2012, 04:26 PM »
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Don't really care how the first Slam comes but nothing about Smugfed would surprise me these days.  He's so far up his own backside with his own idea of his self impotance (sorry mean importance).

Oh I don't know, you might well have been right the first time.
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Re: Nervous Murray outfoxes The Terrier « Reply #79 on: July 19, 2012, 04:32 PM »
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Hi All,

The Ferrer match was always going to be a scary one, Ferrer doesn't go away easily, he has been in fine form, and Murray/Ferrer matches have been close before, but I have to say that I agreed with Sue Barker (one of very few times that has happened, it was quite scary for me!) when she said that she thought Murray would just have that bit too much for Ferrer when it counted. It didn't stop me screaming blue murder at the TV though!

On the whole I think it was a composed performance from Andy. He didn't get too down on himself, didn't start picking his own game apart with an unhelpful self-commentary. To me it was another one that shows he is moving well in the right direction.
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