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It would be good to see a Brit win in tennis for once

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Don't you mean a Scot....lol:lol: It would be great wouldn't it, no Brit has won since Fred Perry they said.

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GO ANDY......will have to make do with radio too.....can only get Sky Sports News on Freeview for updates.

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A brave effort by the (ahem) Scottish tennis player Andy Murray. Realistically, beating Nadal and Federer on consecutive days was always going to be a big ask, but he'll be a better player for the experience, that's for sure. Won't be too long before he wins a big one, I'd think.

 

And at least he isn't "Tiger" Tim - but don't get me started on that!

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Mmmmm.....yes he is back to being Scottish then....lol. It was a big task to ask after beating Nadal, but a brave effort and you can be assured he will be back. :blush:

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:DGo on ANDY!

You are too late....he got beat :)

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On a winning streak again......go Andy :D6-4 6-2 6-2 this morning in the Ozzie open;)

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I'm sorry right, but I don't like Andy Murry. He says he is Scottish when he's winning and British when he's losing. What kind of attitude is that? Don't get me wrong I can watch him play and silently hope he wins.

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Did anyone see the womens tennis this morning? What a match, watched the last set....was great tennis. Was so glad she Dokic managed to complete the game after going over on her ankle ;)

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Since Ivanovic lost in the third round I stopped watching the women's matches of the Australian Open. I have been rooting for Rafael Nadal now. He has a major chance of winning it this year. He's been winning all his matches in three sets.

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How can the play for 5 hrs....just watching Nadal and his fellow spaniard playing!! What a match...I'm exhausted. Have to feel sorry for the guy.....5hr 14 mins...phew

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The match between Rafael and Fernando was intense. Here in the central part of the US the match was on in the early hours of the morning. I was almost late for school watching it. It was finally over around 8:15 AM.

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I didn't watch it all only about the last hour, but it was intense...would have been a great final, but having said that don't know it Nadal will managea to beat Federer the way he is plaing at the moment and putting everyone out in 3 sets!!

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Isn't it just....some unbelievable returns...I'm exhausted just watching it:D

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I really love tennis, there are some brilliant players and they are truly a wonder to watch.

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These two must be super-human! Especially Nadal who had a massive five-set match just a day or two ago and with the strength-sapping heat, too, it'd be as much as I could do to walk onto court!

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Managed to catch the last set, was brilliant. I kinda feel sorry for Federer though, but then again he's had more than his fair share of sucesses!

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I woke up at 2:30 AM US central time to watch the match between Rafael and Roger. Though I enjoyed the match, it wasn't as exciting and intense as the match between Rafael and Fernando was. The match with Roger, I found myself muting the TV and read a book between the second to the fourth set.

 

I can't wait for the French Open. Nadal is sick on clay courts.

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Nadal is in a league of his own at the moment.

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Andy Murray v Federer....wonder how he will fair this time.

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