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Re: Murray humbled by Ferrer « Reply #165 on: November 26, 2011, 10:31 AM »
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Mine too MM! w00t
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Re: Murray humbled by Ferrer « Reply #166 on: November 26, 2011, 10:35 AM »
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C'mon Daveed - remember Davydenko - you CAN do it!!  All of Spain and, of course, Andy's supporters are behind you!
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Re: Murray humbled by Ferrer « Reply #167 on: November 26, 2011, 11:03 AM »
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C'mon Daveed - remember Davydenko - you CAN do it!!  All of Spain and, of course, Andy's supporters are behind you!
Come on David please beat him!!  toot
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Re: Murray humbled by Ferrer « Reply #168 on: November 26, 2011, 11:52 AM »
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C'mon Daveed - remember Davydenko - you CAN do it!!  All of Spain and, of course, Andy's supporters are behind you!
Come on Daveed you can do it, we send you vibes to lift you to play super tennis.
On another subject I'm pleased Nole went out as I don't think he would have reached the finals, he is played out.
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Re: Murray humbled by Ferrer « Reply #169 on: November 26, 2011, 12:47 PM »
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Mine too MM! w00t

Good afternoon, my favourite niece, Caz.

One of the saddest situations are that of Andy having to pull out of Basel and o2, not forgetting his demise in Paris at the hands of Berdych, who is turning out to be Andy's bette noire. Andy had a golden opportunity, if he had been at his fittest to not only secure his no 3 position at year end, but also to put himself very close to Nadal's no 2. Such are the uncertainties of tennis. I believe that Federer included, Djokovic and Nadal were there for a fit Andy's taking. To me Federer's attitude to Andy shows a fear of him - Andy holding a majority of wins, hence his disgraceful snide comments.

However, if Andy regains his full fitness and maintains it, I am convinced that 2012 will be a huge year for him. Once again to reiterate, this to include not one but two slams. Again to remind all MW supporters that Andy himself has always stated that the years between 23 and 26 will be his best tennis years.

Despite his sad finishes over the final three tournaments of 2011, his year has without any shadow of doubt his best ever. This success gives strength to his claim that this year falls part of his quoted spreaded years of success.

Incidentally, for all those in MW who are disappointed that he may drop down to world 4, the difference between 3 and 4 has little bearing on his 2012 AO draw position.

Unfortunately, MW friends, during my working week, I am still unable to post any comments on MW's website owing to unknown failings of my office computer. Neither our Mark here or my own IT man have been able to resolve the deficiency. Hence my comments are only for late at night or Saturday via my home computer.
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Re: Murray humbled by Ferrer « Reply #170 on: November 26, 2011, 12:54 PM »
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I may still love you Uncle Wullie, but I'm not sure I'm ready to speak to you yet, after the way you upset my friends with your ageist remarks 'yet again'! However, I agree with all of the above!
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Re: Murray humbled by Ferrer « Reply #171 on: November 26, 2011, 01:03 PM »
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I may still love you Uncle Wullie, but I'm not sure I'm ready to speak to you yet, after the way you upset my friends with your ageist remarks 'yet again'! However, I agree with all of the above!

Dearest, Caz. I'm also one of the oldies, despite my comments. It was more of a "sexist" rather than "ageist" comment, with total humour and NOT to be taken seriously.
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Re: Murray humbled by Ferrer « Reply #172 on: November 26, 2011, 01:08 PM »
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Good afternoon, my favourite niece, Caz.

One of the saddest situations are that of Andy having to pull out of Basel and o2, not forgetting his demise in Paris at the hands of Berdych, who is turning out to be Andy's bette noire. Andy had a golden opportunity, if he had been at his fittest to not only secure his no 3 position at year end, but also to put himself very close to Nadal's no 2. Such are the uncertainties of tennis. I believe that Federer included, Djokovic and Nadal were there for a fit Andy's taking. To me Federer's attitude to Andy shows a fear of him - Andy holding a majority of wins, hence his disgraceful snide comments.

However, if Andy regains his full fitness and maintains it, I am convinced that 2012 will be a huge year for him. Once again to reiterate, this to include not one but two slams. Again to remind all MW supporters that Andy himself has always stated that the years between 23 and 26 will be his best tennis years.

Despite his sad finishes over the final three tournaments of 2011, his year has without any shadow of doubt his best ever. This success gives strength to his claim that this year falls part of his quoted spreaded years of success.

Incidentally, for all those in MW who are disappointed that he may drop down to world 4, the difference between 3 and 4 has little bearing on his 2012 AO draw position.

Unfortunately, MW friends, during my working week, I am still unable to post any comments on MW's website owing to unknown failings of my office computer. Neither our Mark here or my own IT man have been able to resolve the deficiency. Hence my comments are only for late at night or Saturday via my home computer.
well said ,OSS, in deed our Andy has much to look forward too in 2012. I for one cant wait.
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Re: Murray humbled by Ferrer « Reply #173 on: November 26, 2011, 01:22 PM »
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Yes old or young we all have the same joy with Andy when ever he plays and that is great. We may all have different values and beliefs but thats okay our main aim is to support Mr Magic and wish him a quick recovery and wish him all our best wishes for 2012. Come out fighting Andy and have a great 2012.
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Re: Murray humbled by Ferrer « Reply #174 on: November 26, 2011, 06:13 PM »
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Ferrer is a plucky player who tries his best but Roger is an icon of the game this was always going to be a bridge to far!
He had no rhythm today Roger saw to that!
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Re: Murray humbled by Ferrer « Reply #175 on: November 26, 2011, 06:24 PM »
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Ferrer is a plucky player who tries his best but Roger is an icon of the game this was always going to be a bridge to far!
He had no rhythm today Roger saw to that!
Pity he's such an a******e!
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Re: Murray humbled by Ferrer « Reply #176 on: November 26, 2011, 06:35 PM »
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Well? What's happened? Did David win?
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Re: Murray humbled by Ferrer « Reply #177 on: November 26, 2011, 07:00 PM »
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I do wish we didn't have to have the avatar of Fed here on Andy's forum, it would be a good idea if one of the moderators could put a ban on it  as it is inappropriate.Perhaps I will go and put lots of Andy photos on the Fed page, and see how they feel.
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Re: Murray humbled by Ferrer « Reply #178 on: November 26, 2011, 07:21 PM »
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I do wish we didn't have to have the avatar of Fed here on Andy's forum, it would be a good idea if one of the moderators could put a ban on it  as it is inappropriate.Perhaps I will go and put lots of Andy photos on the Fed page, and see how they feel.
yer lets, and write anyone but Roger!!!!
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Re: Murray humbled by Ferrer « Reply #179 on: November 26, 2011, 07:22 PM »
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Pity he's such an a******e!
Your soooooo right Caz.
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