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18541  Pages / Archive: News / Re: Murray falls at final hurdle again on: January 30, 2011, 02:53 pm
Would anyone be happier if we were to hear Andy state:-

"I realise that I didn't play at my best today but I have absolutely no intention of giving up on my goal to be World No.1 and win Grand Slams. To that end I have decided to take February off from competition to fully address the situation. My immediate concern is in finding a new coach who has experience in such matters and  seeking the help of a sports psychologist to assist with my mental attitude and, therefore, confidence and belief during matches when things don't go quite to plan or negativity sets in."

Oh please, lucky loser, send that off to Andy for all our sakes! Smile

18542  Pages / Archive: News / Re: Murray falls at final hurdle again on: January 30, 2011, 02:09 pm


I haven't lost faith in Murray and will go on supporting him.  However, can we now expect "resignations" from MW of some of those who delight  in putting him down at every opportunity?  Positive criticism is one thing, downright bloody-minded negativity is another.
Finally, good speeches by both players at the presentation.  Nice to see such humility from Djokovic, and well done to Murray for managing to keep it together this year.

Aileen, I've only just joined this site and I'm not going anywhere! Why, because whether he wins a slam or not, whether he has a bad day at the office or not, I'll still feel, after Fed, he is the most talented player on the planet and when he's on song eg Toronto Masters this year, he is simply a joy to watch.
But Andy, a  new coach who knows how to win slams would be nice Smile
   


 


 
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18543  Pages / Archive: News / Re: Murray falls at final hurdle again on: January 30, 2011, 01:09 pm
Come off it Boogers, he's far more talented than Safina for a start! All he needs is a shrink and a coach, in that order. Wink
18544  Pages / Archive: News / Re: Murray falls at final hurdle again on: January 30, 2011, 12:32 pm
oooh, Andy looked exhausted and far too passive yet again, waiting for Nole to make mistakes. We stopped watching half way through the second set, outcome obvious. I wont stop watching Andy because I love the way he usually plays but Oh Andy, get a coach, get a psychologist, get SOMEONE! Where was the passion the intensity, the magic when you needed it? Could it possibly be, he doesn't want it? Frown
18545  General Community / Andy Talk / Re: AO 2011 Final: Murray v Djokovic on: January 30, 2011, 09:54 am
OOh, Andy must win this set Frown looks exhausted to me Frown
Come on!
18546  General Community / Andy Talk / Re: AO 2011 Final: Murray v Djokovic on: January 30, 2011, 09:22 am
 After the first two games I thought "Oh no" but Andy has settled and I feel much better now cmon yeah
18547  General Community / Andy Talk / Re: AO 2011 Final: Murray v Djokovic on: January 30, 2011, 08:30 am
In the Sky News studio, Charlie tips Joker to win because hes crushed FED. and that will make him feel invincible. Also said that although Andy reached 2 GS before (against FED.), he wasn't in the match.
NICE OF HIM.......
  hammer
Pfui, whaddya expect from the Murdoch circus ranting
Apparently Lessange has got stacks on him Whistle
18548  General Community / Andy Talk / Re: AO 2011 Final: Murray v Djokovic on: January 30, 2011, 08:17 am
jean: I'm a "newbie" here, so don't know any of the "history" of this site, but thanx for posting, that was really interesting info from someone actually there Smile 
And hoping to see "Andy's Aussie boys" in full cheer today, if I can even half watch of course... cmonandy
18549  General Community / Andy Talk / Re: AO 2011 Final: Murray v Djokovic on: January 30, 2011, 06:42 am
Hmm, what happened to: cmonandy
18550  General Community / Andy Talk / Re: AO 2011 Final: Murray v Djokovic on: January 30, 2011, 06:41 am
 :cmonandy:Everything crossed and a huge box of tissues at the ready, whatever the result. Andy's artistry versus Nole's consistency. May his serve be on fire, his ground strokes perfection, his running forehand like greased lightning, his down the line backhand flowing and his head, relaxed, focused, full of "brutal" intent. udaman
18551  General Community / Andy Talk / Re: AO 2011 Final: Murray v Djokovic on: January 29, 2011, 07:26 pm
What was interesting about that interview was he said Dolly Mixtures unorthodox play had completely disrupted the natural rhythm of his game and when he went onto the practise courts next day he couldn't hit the lines. He put down many of his unforced errors against Ferrer to the Dolly effect!  confused
18552  General Community / Andy Talk / Re: AO 2011 Final: Murray v Djokovic on: January 29, 2011, 03:44 pm
At least we wont have horrible snide remarks this year naughty
18553  General Community / Andy Talk / Re: AO 2011 Final: Murray v Djokovic on: January 29, 2011, 02:19 pm
We're all in the same boat bcos I'll be crying if he wins and crying if he loses tender
18554  General Community / Andy Talk / Re: AO 2011 Final: Murray v Djokovic on: January 29, 2011, 11:23 am
Will the artistry of Andy overcome the consistency of Nole. That's the question nervous All depends which Andy comes out to play.
Am with others, although Nole has looked gr8, in fact the best I've seen him play was in the second set against Berdych. Fed just shanked and gave away a mass of points. What a difference a year makes Rolling Eyes
We all know Andy playing his finest can beat anyone, yes I really do mean ANYONE So Andy, believe, focus, stay calm, bring your beautiful game to the final and the first slam, of many, is yours. cheers And if it does happen, it's not beer I'll be drinking lol
18555  Pages / Archive: News / Re: Murray finds a way past Ferrer on: January 28, 2011, 07:29 pm
I want Andy to win so much, but for himself and his family. I don't give a monkeys about Britain not having a Grand Slam winner for whatever years, I just care about Andy.
I agree with you so much ChrisMac. however, it would also be nice to kick his critics you know where flush
I was so proud of Andy. His serve was off, his game was off, he was wincing yet he found a way to get the little terriers teeth out of his leg yay
I have no expectations of Sunday, Nole is in fine form and well rested. I just hope the team can get him fighting fit and believing in himself. But however he does, I'll always love the way he plays, when on song every good as TMF. Against Meltzer he was sublime . As I said b4, he's coming into his prime and there'll be many more chances. Fed is 29, David 28  they got to the semis. cmonandy
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