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Murray camp unhappy with schedule

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/ten...come-fire.html

For me this is amazing.Murray gets the easiest matches possible and still hopes to get the prime slot over the Federer matches.
Can anyone really put one match that Murray played this week in the night session.
Against the likes of Sousa,Berankis or Chardy?Really?

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The one slam wonder should shut the fuck up.
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Re: Murray camp-unhappy with schedule

Was thinking this yesterday.

If anything Murray should have got a night match on Hisense at least once. Will be interesting to see the SF assuming both win and how long Murray takes to adapt to the conditions.

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So unlucky this Murray. They should give him a wind machine too.
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Re: Murray camp-unhappy with schedule

He forgot he's not in UK anymore.

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Was thinking this yesterday.

If anything Murray should have got a night match on Hisense at least once. Will be interesting to see the SF assuming both win and how long Murray takes to adapt to the conditions.
Well he got a late starting match against Simon on Hisense but it didn`t take to long.
All in all i don`t criticise the schedule at all.The organisers look at the matches and see which is the best draw for the TV viewers.

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This is the Daily Mail and as such should not be taken seriously.
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Unreal this Murray. Easiest draw ever and he still complains?
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This is the Daily Mail and as such should not be taken seriously.
This.
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Re: Murray camp-unhappy with schedule

No surprise the organizers goes for the biggest matches at nighttime. I guess Murray - Del Potro was supposed to get the evening slot, but Murray - Chardy just haven't got the same attraction.
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This is the Daily Mail and as such should not be taken seriously.
Exactly, I wouldn't pay much attention to anything printed in this 'newspaper'
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Unreal this Murray. Easiest draw ever and he still complains?
Oh please, Ferrer's has been by far the easiest. Name wise it's definitely Murray though.

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Re: Murray camp-unhappy with schedule

Um, hm, no one cares.

I wouldn't want to spend a lot of money for a night session (especially so late in the tournament where you only get one singles per night session) and see Murray win in 1.5h against another French fodder. AO organisers have got it spot on.

Also, note the comments below the article. Even if it's the Daily Mail, the best-rated ones are very sensible.


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