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Murray was fucking amazing besides choking the first. Come on!
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Gasquet game more defensive than Ferrer's? That's a bad joke? Gasquet can't chase a ball properly.
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Anyway, really entertaining stuff, some of Richie's shots were sublime. The lesson - don't piss off Goldray. In this form, he should put Ferrer away tomorrow. David should learn from this and bend over for a 6-4, 6-3 affair. And well done to David for making another Masters final and pissing everyone off.
I doubt the final match will be as good as this one. The only dilemma for MTF iwill be who to support because well they hate both of them, ha ha.
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Very enjoyable match for the most part until the inevitable finale. Both showing their talent and both going from sublime to average sporadically. Best match of this tournament so far (which aint saying much I know).
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5 Masters titles in finals against Federer (2) and Djokovic (3). Full of shit - just like the rest of Andy's haters.
I don't hate Murray at all. After Nadal he is my favourite top player. But he often get the titles when the other guys fuck things up.
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Gasquet game more defensive than Ferrer's? That's a bad joke? Gasquet can't chase a ball properly.
Gasquet stands several meters behind the baseline moonballing balls back in play, while Ferrer is aggressive and plays inside the court.

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5 Masters titles in finals against Federer (2) and Djokovic (3). Full of shit - just like the rest of Andy's haters.
He played Federer to win Madrid 2008 as well, albeit in the semis.

I seem to remember Djokovic only played one top 10 player to win Toronto (Tipsarevic), but that's different, obviously.

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I don't hate Murray at all. After Nadal he is my favourite top player. But he often get the titles when the other guys fuck things up.
And that's entirely AM's fault.
Beat the opponent on the other side of the net by winning the last point. And that's tennis.
Hope I fully explain to you in plain English.
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Re: Miami SF: Murray def. Gasquet 6-7 (3), 6-1, 6-2

Great tennis from Andy in sets 2 and 3 really lovely stuff!Richie played some gorgeous shots too.

Was mad at Andy in first set at 5-4 30-15 up but glad it happened because he has played himself into form now hopefully.

Go Andy!

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Gasquet stands several meters behind the baseline moonballing balls back in play, while Ferrer is aggressive and plays inside the court.
Ferrer can be agressive, but don't act like he doesn't defend much better than Gasquet.
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Ferrer can be agressive, but don't act like he doesn't defend much better than Gasquet.
Obviously.

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I don't hate Murray at all. After Nadal he is my favourite top player. But he often get the titles when the other guys fuck things up.
Edit: Looked some of his results up to be sure:

USO over Djokovic and Berdych
Cinci '11 over Djokovic, #7 Fish
Shanghai '10 over Fed
Canada '10 over #3 Fed, #1 Nadal, Nalbandian, and Monfils
Canada '09 over #7 Tsonga, #6 Del Po, #8 Davy
Miami '09 over Djokovic, #7 Del Po, #9 Verdasco
Madrid '08 over Fed, Simon, Monfils
Cinci '08 over Djokovic


Who exactly is screwing up for him?

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He doesn't have a great FH, average at best. It's very inconsistent.
- Thierry on Jack Sock's forehand.
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How many of Andy's winners were lobs?
About 3. Seriously, just stop posting.

Anyway pretty entertaining match, comfortably the best Andy's played since Australia, bar the standard occasional clownery.

No messing about on Sunday please Muzz.
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