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Re: Murray humbled by Ferrer « Reply #15 on: November 21, 2011, 06:00 PM »
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I know it was three titles but two bit is a reference to the level of the fields he was playing Novak wasn't there Roger wasn't there! Sure he beat Rafa but the Spaniard was injured he lost to florian Mayer a week later!'
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Re: Murray humbled by Ferrer « Reply #16 on: November 21, 2011, 06:05 PM »
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I predicted 3 sets so not really surprised Ferrer won just didnt expect it to be this easy sometimes these matches are over before you know it!!
This is a big tournament for the big boys anything less than brilliant play won't do! No amount of two bit titles in Asia when then worlds best are not present will give one the confidence that they can succeed on the biggest stage.
You're posting on the wrong website ak400.
This forum is for Murray fans, since you dont seem know that.

 
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Re: Murray humbled by Ferrer « Reply #17 on: November 21, 2011, 06:07 PM »
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I know it was three titles but two bit is a reference to the level of the fields he was playing Novak wasn't there Roger wasn't there! Sure he beat Rafa but the Spaniard was injured he lost to florian Mayer a week later!'
lmao
Now  get out of here!
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Re: Murray humbled by Ferrer « Reply #18 on: November 21, 2011, 06:17 PM »
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Lashurst this is a tennis forum and I am a tennis fan and am proud of my right to free speech
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Re: Murray humbled by Ferrer « Reply #19 on: November 21, 2011, 06:25 PM »
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Lashurst this is a tennis forum and I am a tennis fan and am proud of my right to free speech

Free speech, free speech, stop denying me my free speech!!!! lol

You Fedtard.
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Re: Murray humbled by Ferrer « Reply #20 on: November 21, 2011, 06:32 PM »
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Free speech, free speech, stop denying me my free speech!!!! lol

You Fedtard.

Well yeah it's a very important part of the society we live in! Murray is a good player but he wont end the year as number 3 Roger will make sure it doesn't happen
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Re: Murray humbled by Ferrer « Reply #21 on: November 21, 2011, 06:38 PM »
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lmao
Now  get out of here!

i am furious about ak400 ยง get out
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Re: Murray humbled by Ferrer « Reply #22 on: November 21, 2011, 06:39 PM »
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Right, so now we know that Andy's got a groin injury (which he picked up in practice last week) and he's deciding tomorrow if he will pull out or not...
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Re: Murray humbled by Ferrer « Reply #23 on: November 21, 2011, 06:45 PM »
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Andy may not play Djokovic next. I think he plays the loser of tonights match.
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Re: Murray humbled by Ferrer « Reply #24 on: November 21, 2011, 06:46 PM »
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This is probably a silly question, but why can't this tournament be the opener of a new year, rather than the last, when many players are worn out.
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Re: Murray humbled by Ferrer « Reply #25 on: November 21, 2011, 06:47 PM »
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the xsu
Ok, so our Andy lost. I know everyone here on MW will be disappointed with this start to his WTF campaign. I am too, but lets all imagine how our Andy now feels - he knows things were not right for him in this match, and he knows he'll have to up his performance in the next match - only a win will give him a realistic chance of progressing further than the RR stages. putting everything into its proper perspective, both Federer and Nadal had tough opening matches, matches they both so easily could have lost. I for one am not panicking, if he does not move past the RR stanges, is it really the end of the world? In a few months it will all be forgotten. In the bigger scheme of things our Andy appears to be moving forward, even if he is taking the scenic route. Onwards and upwards Andy, put this performance behind you, focus on your next match. hug
Sweet words of common sense. From the success of Bankhok, Tokyo and Shangai, he went onto Basle and Paris where he somehow acquired this leg injury which, if the sciatic nerve is affected, it can prove very painful. He was still suffering a little when he went on court today in the year-end competition he so wanted to do well in in front of a home crowd. That alone put on mental pressure and his injury was not cured just under control. Ferrer is a ferret, a super, sportsmanlike tennis player who has so much class. With all these things he was nervous and then a movement tweaked the leg injury and he was in pain on certain movements and suddenly his dream to do well here was in jeopardy. Some people can cope well with situations such as this, some can't. For some, those perhaps with a strong emotional sensitivity they haven't quite learnt to control, this will affect the outcome of  their game, however much skill they put into that game, emotionally and mentally it is affected. Confidence of course plays a tremendous part. Andy's injury caused an inability to move as he is accustomed to move and this in turn affected his confidence. As the game went on and Ferrer gained in confidence so Andy lost more and more of his. This loss will affect him as in the AO this year but he may have learned how to cope with it better and it may not be so deep. We all say it is a mental thing with Andy's game and it may be he needs a bit of help but it may just be that he is someone whose maturity takes longer to reach - he is getting there - let's hope that further injury doesn't make it worse. The media of course will have a field day, a camera went before him as he walked to his dressing room, he took no notice of them - he needed a bolt hole. I hope if his injury is present that he withdraws from the tourney rather than struggle against Novak and Berdych. 2012 is another year and is just a few weeks away. I for one will remember his triumph in the Far East - No.3 can wait until next year too. Let the smug man have it back, Andy - you'll send him packing soon enough.
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Re: Murray humbled by Ferrer « Reply #26 on: November 21, 2011, 06:48 PM »
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I would agree with that too often players are injured and not able to perform as they ca.  Some serious redesign of the calendar year is required.
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Re: Murray humbled by Ferrer « Reply #27 on: November 21, 2011, 06:56 PM »
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Janscribe great post how can people be writing off his chances of future success he has an injury and I would not want to see him risk long term injury just to satisfy the media and the crowds at the O2 who seem to be predominantly RF fans anyway!!!!  This should not detract from his achievments this season dissapointing yes end of the world no.  Andy has always said 24 to 26 would be when he would play his best tennis well we are newly into that time frame.  If this was RF that was perhaps needing to pull out of this torny the media would be holding a minute's silence why does Andy get such a hard time and negative response?
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Re: Murray humbled by Ferrer « Reply #28 on: November 21, 2011, 07:05 PM »
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Murraymagic the reason for that is Roger is a 16 time grand slam champion and the greatest player ever so obviously any tournament will be devastated to lose an all time great Murray is a very good player but a very good non slam winner is by no means indispenspnle we have had many in the past and will have many more in the future.

As Roger said he wasn't bothered about Murray pulling out i Basel as he never saw him as a potential opponent anyway but the tournament organisers would be furioius at getting the run around regarding the wild card
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Re: Murray humbled by Ferrer « Reply #29 on: November 21, 2011, 07:18 PM »
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Ok, so our Andy lost. I know everyone here on MW will be disappointed with this start to his WTF campaign. I am too, but lets all imagine how our Andy now feels - he knows things were not right for him in this match, and he knows he'll have to up his performance in the next match - only a win will give him a realistic chance of progressing further than the RR stages. putting everything into its proper perspective, both Federer and Nadal had tough opening matches, matches they both so easily could have lost. I for one am not panicking, if he does not move past the RR stanges, is it really the end of the world? In a few months it will all be forgotten. In the bigger scheme of things our Andy appears to be moving forward, even if he is taking the scenic route. Onwards and upwards Andy, put this performance behind you, focus on your next match. hug
  PT thank goodness a voice of sanity amid all the clamour. There will be other matches and a lot more wins. Rest up Andy .
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