But at the end of the day he'll remain the GOAT and you can suck it.
I have no personal ambition of being a four-legged animal, so as far as I'm concerned he can continue his quest and if he really becomes an animal one day it will be great for science too and not only sports...
“The goal, when I took my break of six months, was doing this for the next couple years, not just for one tournament, I understand people who say, ‘Oh, this would be a perfect moment to go.’ But I feel like I’ve put in so much work, and I love it so much, and I still have so much in the tank.”
Federer just won because:
1.)this time Nadal was prevented from plowing(/preprocessing) the baselines of the Center Court as much as usually,
and 2.)the British organisers closed the roof in front of Murray's eyes.
He then showed real emotion, spirit and dignity in defeat.
To me that's a real man...and that's all that counts.
I would hope that those who think crying is a thing of wimps are just being facetious if not just being annoying online forum posters. Emotional well-being requires a full expression of the the range of feelings and crying is part of feeling disappointed or very sad. Repressed and suppressed emotional build-up leads to depression, bitterness and poor general health. Murray showed great character and a relatable humanness that tells us how much he cares about this sport some of us truly enjoy.
Congrats to Tennis!!!
Do not accuse a man for no reason—
when he has done you no harm, Proverbs3:30"
So long Marat Safin, C'mon Lleyton Hewitt,Viel gluck Tommy Haas, Bring it on Marcos Baghdatis, Gut Spielen Nicolas Kiefer, Dale Fernando Gonzalez, Dale David Nalbandian, Davai Nikolay Davydenko and Allez Jo-Wilfried Tsonga