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706  General Community / Andy Talk / Re: Japan Open Final: Murray vs Nadal on: October 09, 2011, 11:33 am
what a super day for the Murrays. I saw the match with Nadal, the first set he started slowly, but boy the second set and the last.  The best tennis I have seen  Andy play against Nadal.  This must give him huge confidence for Shangai and Barclays. Just wonderful, I am so pleased for him all his hard work is proving dividends. Just hope this will continue onto the Australian OPen in the New Year. Alsdo well done for the doublkes as well.  He is a very fit person all down to him and his team.

Wonderful, this has made my weekkend.
707  Pages / Archive: News / Re: Murray outruns the road-runner on: October 08, 2011, 08:05 pm
I have noticed the same. Only something mentioned tonight on Sky News that Andy is in the Finals to morrow. I am sorry it stinks. I live in Cyprus so it is worse for me.

he works and plays so hard and no thing mentioned.

The British.!!
708  General Community / Andy Talk / Re: Shanghai Rolex Masters on: October 08, 2011, 08:01 pm
He will be fine.  He is fitter than he has been for some while.

I think this is what  he has been training for the Far East then Paris and onto London.  Good Luck to him..
He looks a mean machine!!
709  Pages / Archive: News / Re: Murray outruns the road-runner on: October 08, 2011, 02:29 pm
I actually think that Andy at present is a different person.
He must come out with a game plan and stick to it.

nadal can be beaten and Andy is the guy.  He has done it before and as you say this is a differnt event 500 series not a grand salam.

We are behing you Andy. The key is the serve and the right approach to net.
710  Pages / Archive: News / Re: Murray outruns the road-runner on: October 08, 2011, 12:51 pm
He is going to win tomorrow, he ius playing so well and his serve has improved. Natel does not have the heavy serve Andy has, but Nadal does have the placement.

If his attitiude  is the same as it has been all week , then I think it is going to be a great match. Andy Being the winner. We must be positive.
711  General Community / Andy Talk / Re: Shanghai Rolex Masters on: October 08, 2011, 12:30 pm

Hi
I agree I think you both have a valid point.
Andy certaintly has changed his whole being since Nole and Federer have said they are not playing in Shangai. this is a huge chance for Andy to get to No. 3 in the world. His serve is so much better and his whole attitude, well it is fantastic.

Just hope he has not got too tired playing Doubles  and reaching to the Finals as well.

Good Luck Andy,
Does anyone know his address in Surrey, I would love to send him something, I Live in Cyprus?
712  Pages / Archive: News / Re: Murray eclipses Fat Dave on: October 07, 2011, 07:35 pm
Hi

This great news, Andy seems to be playing so well.

Go Andy and win the Tournament, you deserve it after all your hard work.

Good luck.
713  General Community / Andy Talk / Re: Shanghai Rolex Masters on: September 28, 2011, 05:01 am
I agree, and he will. Come on Andy, we are behind you!!!
714  General Community / Andy Talk / Re: PTT Thailand Open 2011 on: September 26, 2011, 06:49 pm
Hi

A great idea he is going to Bangkok, to climatise in the Far East, certaintly a liitle jet lag is involved.
As he won Shangai last year he needs to be  ahead of the rest. Good Thinking.
Regarding the meeting in Shangai, itshould be interesting. Roddick is very hungary to sort this out and I am sure Fed and Djovik have had they say to the other players. Good Luck to them it is not the money it there health at state that is why so many players have injuries and cannot be at the Grand Salems.
715  Pages / Columns / Re: Murray leads call for change on: September 24, 2011, 12:24 pm
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I have just read a column in the Daily Mail, which i am appalled ha sbeen printed.

Plaztell's people it mentions about the calander being too busy and Andy whingeing.  I find this amazing , he is the guy who is talking for the three other players it is not just him. it mentions about his pampered life , how can it be when he left home at 15 to go to Barcelona and train and train
to be where he is today. Some people need to get a life, these guys practice hours on end and after matches, I have seen this as I have worked in these top tournaments. Travelling around the world is not an easy task in itself with jet ald and the delays rthat occur today.  Stop giving Andy any more grief, and he is not the least loved tennis star that Britain's ever produced.

He is the best player since Fred Perry by along way. 7 or 8 Masters let alone the other tournanments and four semi finals this year.

give him a break and be thankful for  such a great player.
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716  General Community / Andy Talk / Re: Starled by your comments on: September 22, 2011, 08:06 pm
Hi it is me again.

I feel this blog does go on a tangent.  We are talking about Andy but it goes off on differnt tangents.

Andy is great player , he will come through to win a Grand Slam but having read all your comments in the last few months , I am amazed.

He is the greatest player that Great Britain has produced, he is fantastic just be grateful we have someone, he is amazing .

He has such  potential just  support him so many of you doubt his ability= it is a shame.

I have been involved in ATP Tournaments it is so hard the travelling from events to events with their coach etc. it is a very hard life. If you do well you will earn the money. Anyway, that is enough of my opinion
717  Pages / Archive: News / Re: Great Britain beat Hungary in Davis Cup on: September 20, 2011, 08:49 pm
Hi

I am so fed up with all your complaints about the anthem and other minor details.

GB have won fantastic, let it be These guys work so hard to keep fit and play and all you go on about is whether Andy was singing the anthem or whether he was wearing the correct shirt. i cannot believe what you are saying.

Andy is great he works so hard and all the Davis Cup Team , lets us just support them and Andy for the rest of the season.

I bet you are not fit. I am I play tennis regularly and never go in a lift and walk each evening, and I am 67 yeras of age!!
718  Pages / Archive: News / Re: Murray out as Spanish bull sees red on: September 15, 2011, 08:17 pm
Hi

The more I read about  how you feel  about Andy and where he should be achieving, I find amazing. He is doing so well, when have we had a British player doing so well since  Fred Perry, we have not.  All of us should be behind him willing him on, not moaning that he has not achieved this or that. To achieve what he has done is pure dedication in his sport-Tennis.
I Know He will achieve his goal, he is dedicated to do that, so let us all say come on Andy . Cheer him on.
We humble enthusatic people/players have not a clue the hard work these players do to keep fit so stop moaning and he will  get there. Come on Andy we are behind you.
719  General Community / Andy Talk / Starled by your comments on: September 14, 2011, 08:43 pm
 Having read all your topics in the last weeks , i am so surprised. Most of you have never played tennis.

Andy has a great game, superb to watch and will win a grand slam. unfortunatley, as we are all aware he is in an era of Federer, Nadal and now Djokovic.

i agree he needs a full time coach and perhaps a sports psyclogist, but in his own way he will get there. Please do not pull him down when he  looses, we are all human! He is great, just support him and he will come through.
720  Pages / Archive: News / Re: Murray given tough but familiar draw on: August 27, 2011, 01:48 pm
Andy Murray will start his 2011 US Open campaign against Somdev Devvarman.

The Indian has risen up through the NCAA collegiate system, like John Isner did, and sits at number sixty-four in the world rankings. Most notably, Devverman reached the final of Johannesburg this year, losing to Kevin Anderson in the final.

In round two, Murray could face either Rui Machado or Robin Haase. Murray has not faced Machado to date, but Haase holds the victory over Murray from their only encounter back in 2008 on the indoor courts of Rotterdam.

The third round could see an encounter with Feliciano Lopez. The big serving Spaniard was overcome easily at Wimbledon, but still presents ample threat on such a quick surface. Murray's section of the draw looks relatively safe, but gets exponentially more difficult in the second week. Stanislas Wawrinka is a player who knows how to beat Murray here, having done so last year. His all-court style and aggressive tennis have troubled Murray in the past, but his form is average coming into the final grand slam of the year.

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In the last eight, Murray could face Juan Martin Del Potro, the 2009 champion, or Robin Soderling who until recently, has been clutching to the Briton's coattails in the ATP rankings. Either present a very difficult challenge, as you would expect from the latter stages of such a huge event.

Murray and Nadal, yet again, are in the same half. One must question the seemingly '50-50' chance of this occurrence, given it has happened now in all four of the 2011 Grand Slams. Nadal seems troubled with injuries and poor form, and was dispatched easily by Mardy Fish in Cincinnati. The British number one famously ousted Nadal here in 2008, and may have to do so again to reach his fourth grand slam final, where he will probably face Novak Djokovic or five time champion, Roger Federer.

Murray's draw at a glance.

R1 - Devverman
R2 - Haase
R3 - Lopez
R4 - Wawrinka
QF - Soderling/Del Potro
SF - Nadal
F - Federer/Djokovic

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