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Murray through as Benneteau retires

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Another early start for Andy tomorrow, unfortunately, and it's supposed to be windy.  The plus points are that Andy knows what the court is like at that time in the morning and Berdych hasn't played on Centre Court yet.  C'mon Andy!!!!
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Doesn't sound like missed much today. Don't like sound of windy tomorrow as doesn't suit andy.let's hope he and lendl learned lessons from today if played as poorly as some have suggested.
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He didn't actually play poorly - just not as well as he did in his previous match,  Some shots were absolute genius and the result was never really in doubt.
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He didn't actually play poorly - just not as well as he did in his previous match,  Some shots were absolute genius and the result was never really in doubt.

and Benneteau was playing well. Andy was always ahead, except one point at 4 all, 0-15.
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and Benneteau was playing well. Andy was always ahead, except one point at 4 all, 0-15.

By the time Benneteau fell, i was still optimistic that Andy still had a good chance to win the first set; and that he could play into his game as the match went on.
Hope he's firing on all cylinders against Berdych though - more tricky and more history!
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He played really far back today.
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It's now been reported that, in addition to badly spraining his ankle, Benneteau has a fractured right elbow which will cetainly rule him out of RG and probably Wimbledon.
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