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Wimbledon 2011

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Hmm, not sure if Andy won he'd get that Frown
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I think he will!
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What about the Farmers Classic in LA?  This year it runs from 25-31 July and so far Del Potro, who won the title in 2008, is billed as leading the field.  Murray played last year and, after a rather woeful start (42% serve in his first two matches), got to the final where he was beaten by Querrey in 3 sets.  I'm wondering, given that Cahill is based in LA, if Murray will opt to play in it again.


I had just been referring to tournaments which were 500 points or more, but if delPo is going to play .... oooooh la la Very Happy
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Not a vintage Wimbledon. Discuss.
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Hmm, not sure if Andy won he'd get that Frown

I think he definitely would! yay
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I think he definitely would! yay

You reckon?  I'm not so sure.  That sort of response seems to be reserved for football clubs in this country.
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Tasmanian devil, or cricket teams, and my memory of a rat-arsed Freddie Flintoff is very special Smile
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Hmm, not sure if Andy won he'd get that Frown

It depends where they had it.  There will be a celebration in Edinburgh when Andy wins a slam.
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It depends where they had it.  There will be a celebration in Edinburgh when Andy wins a slam.

Why Edinburgh?
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Why Edinburgh?

Why do you think? He's Scottish and Edinburgh is our capital city. Didn't you see the celebrations we had when Sir Chris Hoy and the other Scottish athletes came back from the Olympics in China.  Also, Alex Salmond has already said that there will be a celebration in Edinburgh when Andy wins a slam.

I would hope there would also be a celebration in London.
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Why do you think? He's Scottish and Edinburgh is our capital city. Didn't you see the celebrations we had when Sir Chris Hoy and the other Scottish athletes came back from the Olympics in China.  Also, Alex Salmond has already said that there will be a celebration in Edinburgh when Andy wins a slam.

I would hope there would also be a celebration in London.

I know Edinburgh is the capital.  I didn't see the celebrations with regard to Sir Chris Hoy.  I didn't hear what Alex Salmond said about a celebration.

That most probably explains why I asked the question.
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I would hope there would also be a celebration in London.

Would Andy choose to come to London over Edinburgh?

I think he may just. Think
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Would Andy choose to come to London over Edinburgh?

I think he may just. Think

Why? I doubt it would be one over the other.
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I know Edinburgh is the capital.  I didn't see the celebrations with regard to Sir Chris Hoy.  I didn't hear what Alex Salmond said about a celebration.

That most probably explains why I asked the question.

Whether you knew those things or not it shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone that there would be a celebration in Scotland.
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Whether you knew those things or not it shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone that there would be a celebration in Scotland.

Scotland yes ... I had been thinking along the lines of his home town.  Not the capital necessarily. 
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