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I love reading all that stuff about Andy , he's such a tender guy .... love him more and more ... wub
Me too, and I'm nearly old enough to be his granny! love
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he's a wonderful boy....wonderful!!!
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Glad you posted that MR.   I'd already read it in The Times Saturday Magazine and though it was very good.

Sorry, but I don't think Andy is cut out to be a male model.  A David Beckham he is not.  He doesn't look comfortable in those expensive outfits.  In fact he looks a bit like a human coat-hanger imo!

Particularly liked the bit where he said his parents spent the better part of 30,000 euros a year to send him to Barcelona, when he could have trained in England for nothing, after what happened to Jamie.

As for Kim, when Andy was asked if he was anti-English, he said (amongst other things) that "I had an English girlfriend ..."[note the past tense].

Later when he was asked if he lives on his own in his Surrey house, he replied "Yeah, I live there on my own", and when pressed about his relationship with Kim, refused to be drawn, only saying that, when they split, "[Kim] got custody of Maggie, their terrier, and he misses the dog."

Now ...... ??? Think

Also very encouraging what he has to say about wanting to win a GS, and "I would love to win Wimbledon.  Love to.  But it's an incredibly difficult thing to do."
he's a very private person, he don't wont to speak about his situation with kim. he could have say that the love story is definitely over despite their encounters and that they are just friends but he said nothing. Anyway i think is very difficult to be good friends after a recent split. In reality is very difficult to be good friends after being lovers.
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he's a very private person, he don't wont to speak about his situation with kim. he could have say that the love story is definitely over despite their encounters and that they are just friends but he said nothing. Anyway i think is very difficult to be good friends after a recent split. In reality is very difficult to be good friends after being lovers.
I think that Andy made the right response to this very personal question, and I know from my own experience that it is very difficult, if not impossible, just to remain friends after the ending of a long-term relationship such as Andy and Kim had.

Without giving details of my own personal life, all I will say that it took several years after an amicable split from a partner of 10 years before we got back to being friends again - and that was only because neither of us got into a relationship with somebody else, although that was probably because both of us are considerably older than Andy and Kim.  These two are so young that they are much more likely to find a relationship with somebody else in the near future.  Meanwhile Andy has to focus on his tennis career.  
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I think that Andy made the right response to this very personal question, and I know from my own experience that it is very difficult, if not impossible, just to remain friends after the ending of a long-term relationship such as Andy and Kim had.

Without giving details of my own personal life, all I will say that it took several years after an amicable split from a partner of 10 years before we got back to being friends again - and that was only because neither of us got into a relationship with somebody else, although that was probably because both of us are considerably older than Andy and Kim.  These two are so young that they are much more likely to find a relationship with somebody else in the near future.  Meanwhile Andy has to focus on his tennis career. 
I agree.  It's very hard to stay friends with a person you have shared intimacy with.  Maybe more so for women.  Shrug 

I have a really special male friend, and it's almost spilled over into 'other stuff'.  However, I think we're both aware it would spoil what we have as friends, so we just don't go there. 
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I agree.  It's very hard to stay friends with a person you have shared intimacy with.  Maybe more so for women.  Shrug 

I have a really special male friend, and it's almost spilled over into 'other stuff'.  However, I think we're both aware it would spoil what we have as friends, so we just don't go there. 
Women get much more emotionally involved than men, especially if sexual intimacy is involved.   Having said that, although intimacy rarely came into my own relationship, we did live together, but it was strictly separate bedrooms (my snoring is apparently horrendous anyway!).  Even so the split was still extremely difficult for me to handle.  Happy to say though that, several years later, we're now the closest of friends again, but living apart. 
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Women get much more emotionally involved than men, especially if sexual intimacy is involved.   Having said that, although intimacy rarely came into my own relationship, we did live together, but it was strictly separate bedrooms (my snoring is apparently horrendous anyway!).  Even so the split was still extremely difficult for me to handle.  Happy to say though that, several years later, we're now the closest of friends again, but living apart. 
Friendship is worth a lot more than sex.  Be the ideal if the two went hand in hand.  Very Happy
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Friendship is worth a lot more than sex.  
That's why we had so little sex - but nature being what it is, it just happened very occasionally.  Anyway once I reached the menopause intercourse became very painful for both of us, and no way was I going to resort to creams, gels, etc, so that was that.
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That's why we had so little sex - but nature being what it is, it just happened very occasionally.  Anyway once I reached the menopause intercourse became very painful for both of us, and no way was I going to resort to creams, gels, etc, so that was that.
I have to say, I can't imagine a life without sex.  Not that I'm a slapper, just a passionate person.  I'd find it hard to cope with.  Frown
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I have to say, I can't imagine a life without sex.  Not that I'm a slapper, just a passionate person.  I'd find it hard to cope with.  Frown
I'm the opposite.  Sex has never meant all that much to me.  Just as well, because my ex-husband had a pretty low sex-drive!  Don't get me wrong, I'm capable of emotionally loving somebody who really loves me.  My ex and I should never have got married.  We discovered too late that there was little true love there, hence the subsequent divorce.  Graham's the complete opposite.  He's such a caring, loving person, and a wonderful friend to have.  The problem here is that he's 16 years younger than I am, so we agreed that marriage was never on the cards.  He left me, basically, because he hoped to find a younger woman with whom he could settle down.  But that, so far, as hasn't happened, and at 52 I think he's accepted bachelor-hood ... but one never knows!
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I'm the opposite.  Sex has never meant all that much to me.  Just as well, because my ex-husband had a pretty low sex-drive!  Don't get me wrong, I'm capable of emotionally loving somebody who really loves me.  My ex and I should never have got married.  We discovered too late that there was little true love there, hence the subsequent divorce.  Graham's the complete opposite.  He's such a caring, loving person, and a wonderful friend to have.  The problem here is that he's 16 years younger than I am, so we agreed that marriage was never on the cards.  He left me, basically, because he hoped to find a younger woman with whom he could settle down.  But that, so far, as hasn't happened, and at 52 I think he's accepted bachelor-hood ... but one never knows!
It's funny what makes us all tick.  I'd rather be on my own than be in a relationship without passion.  I guess it's part of who I am, and I need to be able to share that. 
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It's funny what makes us all tick. 
That's what makes the world go round, Elly.  Imagine what it would be like if we were all the same.  Reckon we'd die of boredom!
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That's what makes the world go round, Elly.  Imagine what it would be like if we were all the same.  Reckon we'd die of boredom!
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it's all very interesting and i think that andy made the right response but i only wanted to say that for me, considering that is very difficult a friendship after a so recent split and considering that andy have could denied an eventual reunion, so for me there is something between them...i hope!
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it's all very interesting and i think that andy made the right response but i only wanted to say that for me, considering that is very difficult a friendship after a so recent split and considering that andy have could denied an eventual reunion, so for me there is something between them...i hope!
I'm not so sure, ausia.  I have a feeling that it's Kim who would like a reunion (that photo taken in February, and the more recent one, said it all for me, but I don't know if you saw them), but, from what I know, trying to revive an old romance rarely works.  Even if Andy wanted it, they would both be extremely cautious about things, and that alone would put a strain on their relationship.

Andy's a very attrative young man and I'm sure he'll have no difficulty in finding romance again in the future.  Meanwhile he should focus on his tennis.  Emotional ups and downs caused by an on/off relationship are something he does not need right now.

Unfortunately, when Andy returns to London for Queens and Wimbledon, it is very probable that their relationship will be subjected to media scrutiny.  The British newspapers have no idea what the word "privacy" means, and I suspect that it's the same in your country.

Incidentally, I know English is not easy for you, so I try to make my comments as clear as possible, but if you don't understand something I've said, then please tell me.   

 
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