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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.
He's a disgrace.

When does he ever attempt impartial?
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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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i hope Nadal draws Isner in 3r at Wimbledon just for you star
You are so good to me. That match up doesn't bother me.
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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
I think this is Murray's problem. Never has learned to win when he's having a bad day in slams. He definitely still has a chance to win because of his game though.

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lets enjoy our last words to each other before database is destroyed in a few minutes
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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.
Has he anything to say about Robin's balls?
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I think this is Murray's problem. Never has learned to win when he's having a bad day in slams. He definitely still has a chance to win because of his game though.
Yah, he is the fourth favourite and there's few people who can take him out on grass unlike hard and clay, although he is better on hard.

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Re: The important question is how many functional brain cells we have Rafachat vol 25

Rafael Sampradal out there on serve.

On Nadal bumping him on the changeover, Rosol said: "It's ok, he wanted to take my concentration; I knew he would try something".


Wilander on Dimitrov - "He has mind set on imitating Federer and yes it looks good. But he has no idea what to do on the court".

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I definitely would have preferred Gaba winning as he needs the points much more, but Jan would have beaten him anyway. I expect Hajek to destroy Machado, like 6-1 6-2.
Machado wins 6-2 6-1
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Re: The important question is how many functional brain cells we have Rafachat vol 25

Idiot ERT commentator, McEnroe never had a match point against Lendl in 84.

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

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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.
Tsonga sucks on grass even more than clay
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Has he anything to say about Robin's balls?
Surprisingly enough, no, even though his man is only doing marginally better than Federer did in 2008.

Nearly time for a ceremony in a funereal atmosphere, tears from the Paris crowd as the rain starts to fall, no doubt.
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Only a reverse result will do that.

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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.
Good to see you haven't thrown yourself off a building from despair yet.

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Lets see if Nadal gets nervous here.

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Tsonga sucks on grass even more than clay
He serves big, hits big and has brilliant volleys. He's the type of player who actually could upset top players on a good day on the grass. He was unlucky last year to face Karlovic, who's just a freak match.

Wimbledon's a great slam. At least no clowns win it.

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