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Is murray winning wimbledon an inevitability?

Maybe not this year, but perhaps next year or the year after, etc

people said last year was his one and only chance with his master knocked out early, but look what has happened this year, he's got an even bigger chance now, and its probably going to be the same for next year as well with fedal declining and the rest of the field not improving much.

Its a shame for tennis that a grass court mug like djokovic is the only obstacle to this disaster happening.
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Re: Is murray winning wimbledon an inevitability?

As close to one as possible.

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Re: Is murray winning wimbledon an inevitability?

Of course it is The remaining 7 players might as well retire from fear of the mighty Scot shouldn't they?

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Yes Mr Smith...its inevitability. Sadly.

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Re: Is murray winning wimbledon an inevitability?

I have a bad feeling that he will win it. Djokovic will be under a lot of pressure if they play in the final. A lot of little tricks will be done by organizers and the media to set up Murray's win.

I don't like Nadal.
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Re: Is murray winning wimbledon an inevitability?

No,it is a certainty,look at his remaining opponents this year.!

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Last chance this year.
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A lot of little tricks will be done by organizers and the media to set up Murray's win.
Unless they get the ballboys to sneak out and tie Novak's shoelaces together between points I'm not sure what tricks they can actually do. The Brits that run/go to Wimbledon are about as intimidating as Mr Bean.
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Re: Is murray winning wimbledon an inevitability?

You should look up the definition of that big word you are using in your question and then the answer will be obvious.
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Re: Is murray winning wimbledon an inevitability?

Replace Wimbledon with Australian Open, French Open, WTF, Career gs and a best hairline competition and the answer remains the same: obviously
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No,it is a certainty,look at his remaining opponents this year.!
I have a feeling you're teasing a little, but I'll answer serious anyway.

Should he face Nole in the final, I think Nole should be the favorite here.
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Re: Is murray winning wimbledon an inevitability?

of course it is. Murray will win the next 3 slams until RG

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I have a feeling you're teasing a little, but I'll answer serious anyway.

Should he face Nole in the final, I think Nole should be the favorite here.
On paper he is,he's #1,and he won the last meeting they had,AO final.But Muzza is a tad better on grass imo,he's got more variety to his game,great net play and powerful first serve,and he'll have the whole support of the crowd

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Re: Is murray winning wimbledon an inevitability?

it does feel like its written in the stars, i would prefer del potro, janowizc or djokovic to win. the press would drive me insane. imagine the outrage on mtf if djokovic gets knocked out and murray wins vs ferrer. i would be one of those as murrays luck annoys me

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