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I didn't say it was deliberate, but which other player would, after missing two break points, take so long to recover. I am an English Murray fan and whilst I acknowledge that he owes us nothing, especially armchair fans, he owes the tennis community a professional performance every match which is where he fails compared to the other top players.
Wow. Turning this match around again, against the injury. THIS is the Djokovic fighting spirit. But I'm worried. This nagging injury. How far can he go in this tournament?
Paul: It may have been an abject performance, but I'm pretty sure it wasn't deliberate! LOL. They all have their off-days, you know.
I, for one, am getting tired of these pathetic displays by Murray. He deserves his no.2 ranking for his achievements over the last 9 months but there's no way Federer wouid turn in an abject display as this. After he won the US Open he promised to play more consistently but there's no evidence for that. I thought he had matured but obviously not enough.
Congrats to Stan! On the final count, he allowed Murray only 3 games on aggregate. The ugly grimacing machine had almost no winners and dozens of errors to Stan's 27 winners. That's great! I hope Stan is slowly growing up to be a really great player. Has a chance to prove himself further against mighty Tsonga. If het gets past him, he'll be the only threat to Nadal, with Djoker still slightly injured.
Murray n.2 of the world is an insult to tennis
I find it really amusing that, when Murray finally finds a couple of great shots, Sky commentators Peter Flemming and co. have already twice adored him saying "That's where Murray has a distinct advantage". Stan has so far lost only 3 games and is one away from a comfortable victory. I may even guess he's sort of giving Fed the no.2 ranking on a plate. That's what friends are for, right?
If Murray looses than the comment is 'he is half interested in winning'. Please grow up and give us a better impartial view. thanks
Csak az a baj, hogy ez a nyavalyás Digi mindent elhalászik, igy nagyon kevés igazán jó mérkőzést lehet látni
Congrats to my idol well done
It was bound to happen. In tennis today no one can be certain to win when he or she wants. Like I said before, who is at the top at the end of the year is the best! In the mean time, have fun and enjoy tennis from the best players for what is worth!
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