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ohmygod. They are arguing about Murray again!
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Sod has yet to take a BP in a French Open final

shocking stat
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Oh and Murray ain't winning Wimbledon either, he'll do well to get to the QFs this year
What? Mark Petchey thinks he can win.

Have the qualies been placed for Queens yet?
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Wasn't he even weaker against Fed?
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i hope Nadal draws Isner in 3r at Wimbledon just for you star
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What? Mark Petchey thinks he can win.

Have the qualies been placed for Queens yet?
Yes.

Boggo got Dimitrov
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Murray has every chance of Wimbledon. Scoobs you're forgetting the grasscourt field is shite, and not full of dangerous floaters.

Fedal and Roddick, and Murray next in terms of favourites.

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Nadal *6-4 6-2 3-2 Soderling
Nadal scampers across the baseline and rifles another brilliant backhand crosscourt. It's getting boring now.. not really
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Soderling's returns of serve and how well Nadal has served, have been key so far.

Salvor Hardin: "Violence is the last refuge of the incompetent"

From Isaac Asimov's "Foundation".
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Murray has every chance of Wimbledon. Scoobs you're forgetting the grasscourt field is shite, and not full of dangerous floaters.

Fedal and Roddick, and Murray next in terms of favourites.
Nah he'll bottle it again. He'll get too cautious and get hit off court against someone.
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i hope Nadal draws Isner in 3r at Wimbledon just for you star
Rafa can't draw Isner in R3, Mikey, he's ranked too highly
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The only fun thing about this match right now is listening to Mats Wilander, who has to attempt to be impartial but in everything he says he wants to be hitting his head against a wall.
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anyone thinking Murray can win Wimbledon needs their head read

as soon as comes up against someone on fire, he'll be out of there... with his usual display of champion mentality - shouting and screaming at everyone because opponent is hitting winners of his mid court push balls.

but i'll still be cheering the big ostrich
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They say Söderling is cursing and looking for rain.

Is this true?
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Nah he'll bottle it again. He'll get too cautious and get hit off court against someone.
Who by? Only one I'd say would be JWT on a good day (on grass). It's not hard courts where all the ballbashers love it.

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