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Re: AO SF: Djokovic outmarathons Murray 6-3 3-6 6-7(4) 6-1 7-5

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Any update on Djokovic's magic food?
according to nole it never happened. courier asked how he recovered and nole responded "water, energy drinks and bananas". no mention of the brown substance he was eating while hiding his face (and said substance) under a towel

i doubt it was anything illegal, but why hide it?.....chris fowler found it very odd as well.
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lol @ Djokovic eating things we weren't allowed to see and having coke eyes.
I assume that was just down to sponsors etc.

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Nole wasn't acting like he was on the brink of death at the start of the 2nd set?
And Murray was doing exactly the same in set 4 . It's just that while Djokovic completely dominated when Murray was tired, Murray put in a shocker and mentally folded in that third set until the very end.

Both of their energy levels went up and down all match. Murray looked dead until he reeled off those 3 games in a row in the 5th. So if Djokovic is a faker then so is he.


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Congrats Nole! Thanks to you i have no fingernails left.
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Novak is a cheating bitch.He created impression he is tired in third set.Andy believed it and cannot concentrate after third set expecting Fakovic to play slow.But Fakovic surprised him with fast shots.
Novak is a cheater.El Matador will kick this cheating butt in sunday.Poor Andy
This what i call,clutching at straws.

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I'm just glad that giving the awful awful start that a bad match turned into a pretty epic one.
Crazy that the quilty got better after more than 4h

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First of all Murray is a great player but a very unlucky one, Fed got Flip in his first slam final. Rafa got Puerta. Djokovic got Tsonga. Murray always runs into one of the GOAT (Fed, Rafa, Djok) in his slam semis and Fs. Murray never gets a freebie, if Murray were as lucky as the Big 3 and got like a Soderling, Tsonga, Monfils, Roddick in his first three slam finals he'd have three. Just tough bad luck for Murray. Today he played the match of his life. Awe inspiring effort by Andy. Djokovic is an unbeatable machine playing arguably the best tennis in history, having surpassed the level of the two GOATS Fed and Rafa. Murray was equal terms with Djok today. it came down to the end. Who wants it more? Murray's box let him down. Lendl and Kim and crew were sitting there like zombies. At 5-5 in the fifth, Djok got a push from his girl Jelena who shouted and implored him on lovingly and forcefully. He got that push. Murray never got that push from Kim or Lendl. He needed that little push at that moment. That was the difference. Who want it more? Djok's box wanted it more than Murray's. They need to make once change and get someone there who can provide that energy, that extra motivation in the moment of truth. And to repel off people like that assho7e who yelled double fault when Murray was serving, that did not help the sensitive Murray. Murray was right there today. Grand unforgettable effort. Murray is a great player don't ever forget that. He almost took down the unbeatable machine today. Epic match.
Give him Gulbis for the final, he still finds ways to lose it.
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Re: AO SF: Djokovic outmarathons Murray 6-3 3-6 6-7(4) 6-1 7-5

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I assume that was just down to sponsors etc.


And Murray was doing exactly the same in set 4 . It's just that while Djokovic completely dominated when Murray was tired, Murray put in a shocker and mentally folded in that third set until the very end.

Both of their energy levels went up and down all match. Murray looked dead until he reeled off those 3 games in a row in the 5th. So if Djokovic is a faker then so is he.
Murray tanked set 4. Djokovic didn't tank set 2, you utter tool.
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First of all Murray is a great player but a very unlucky one, Fed got Flip in his first slam final. Rafa got Puerta. Djokovic got Tsonga. Murray always runs into one of the GOAT (Fed, Rafa, Djok) in his slam semis and Fs. Murray never gets a freebie, if Murray were as lucky as the Big 3 and got like a Soderling, Tsonga, Monfils, Roddick in his first three slam finals he'd have three. Just tough bad luck for Murray. Today he played the match of his life. Awe inspiring effort by Andy. Djokovic is an unbeatable machine playing arguably the best tennis in history, having surpassed the level of the two GOATS Fed and Rafa. Murray was equal terms with Djok today. it came down to the end. Who wants it more? Murray's box let him down. Lendl and Kim and crew were sitting there like zombies. At 5-5 in the fifth, Djok got a push from his girl Jelena who shouted and implored him on lovingly and forcefully. He got that push. Murray never got that push from Kim or Lendl. He needed that little push at that moment. That was the difference. Who want it more? Djok's box wanted it more than Murray's. They need to make once change and get someone there who can provide that energy, that extra motivation in the moment of truth. And to repel off people like that assho7e who yelled double fault when Murray was serving, that did not help the sensitive Murray. Murray was right there today. Grand unforgettable effort. Murray is a great player don't ever forget that. He almost took down the unbeatable machine today. Epic match.
she did that non-stop the whole match.. somehow he still lost 2 sets
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Someone sounds bitter.
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Murray tanked set 4. Djokovic didn't tank set 2, you utter tool.
Clydey at his whining best. Murray is a good match (for Clydey), but Roddick would have been better.
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Re: AO SF: Djokovic outmarathons Murray 6-3 3-6 6-7(4) 6-1 7-5

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And Murray was doing exactly the same in set 4 . It's just that while Djokovic completely dominated when Murray was tired, Murray put in a shocker and mentally folded in that third set until the very end.

Both of their energy levels went up and down all match. Murray looked dead until he reeled off those 3 games in a row in the 5th. So if Djokovic is a faker then so is he.
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Re: I'll tell you why Murray lost to Djokovic

scud was a probably the hardest match in wimbledon 2003

roddick was the most dangerous player on grass between 2003-2005

puerta was shit however

tsonga was lethal at the ao- his demolision job of nadal is still my fave match of all time

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Djokovic's box wanted it more? I don't think they were that big of a factor but some other good points there...have to admit though I was surprised at Jelena's support, she was really cheering hardcore for Nole. And she's smoking hot to boot, lucky Nole...
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Think you're looking for excuses.Muzza's box,was as supporting as Nole's.And as much as i like Nole,he is in no way surpassed Fed/Rafa's level.Mentally though he was the stronger of the two today.
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