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*Llegs Hewitt:: on Rafa, Fed, Andy & himself--`aiming to win Wimbledon again`..

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Interesting interview with Hewitt
Considering he never finished high school he`s quite insightful and eloquent..
His assessment of the top players is worth a listen

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/tennis/8068945.stm

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Re: *Llegs Hewitt:: on Rafa, Fed, Andy & himself--"i can still win Wimbledon"..

He doesn't say he can win Wimbledon again, he says that he would love nothing more than to win it again and he will do everything he can while he's still playing to do just that.

Nothing groundbreaking in this interview, though, except the BBC interviewer asking if Murray could be a Sampras or a Federer

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He doesn't say he can win Wimbledon again, he says that he would love nothing more than to win it again and he will do everything he can while he's still playing to do just that.

Nothing groundbreaking in this interview, though, except the BBC interviewer asking if Murray could be a Sampras or a Federer
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Re: *Llegs Hewitt:: on Rafa, Fed, Andy & himself--"i can still win Wimbledon"..

this BBC guy is an embarrassment to the UK

if he wanted to talk about Murray he could have gone and found him.

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He doesn't say he can win Wimbledon again, he says that he would love nothing more than to win it again and he will do everything he can while he's still playing to do just that.

Nothing groundbreaking in this interview, though, except the BBC interviewer asking if Murray could be a Sampras or a Federer

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this BBC guy is an embarrassment to the UK

if he wanted to talk about Murray he could have gone and found him.
yeah, his name is richard bacon, always takes over radio 5 live most nights, does awful talk shows
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yeah, his name is richard bacon, always takes over radio 5 live most nights, does awful talk shows
wow I'd never have recognised his voice, I vaguely remember him from Top of the Pops

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Re: *Llegs Hewitt:: on Rafa, Fed, Andy & himself--`aiming to win Wimbledon again`..

That accent is so wrong, so wrong..
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Hewitt's a top guy. It's great to see him still out there fighting even though he's not a contender for the big tournaments anymore

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