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Starting In 2011, When Will Andy Murray Win Another Hardcourt Title?

RedHotRafa
12-26-2010, 12:44 AM
I believe it will be in the spring HC season. Maybe Miami masters.

Certinfy
12-26-2010, 12:46 AM
He'll win the AO.

Topspindoctor
12-26-2010, 12:53 AM
Mugza will defend Toronto - his first title of 2011.

Sham Kay
12-26-2010, 12:56 AM
You forgot never again.

Hm. Nevermind. The + works.

I'll go with 1 month cause I'm such an uber-confident fanatic.

RedHotRafa
12-26-2010, 01:03 AM
Mugza will defend Toronto - his first title of 2011.

His schedule is this I believe

Doha------ Possible
Aussie-----NO
IW-------Possible
Miami------Possible
Montreal-----Probable
Cincy----- Possible
USO----- Possible, Oh wait he doesn't get a bye to the quarters nevermind
Shanghai------ Yup, Possible
Paris----- Don't think so
London----- Possible, not probable

Filo V.
12-26-2010, 01:09 AM
Depends on his AO result. Meaning, late in the year if at all.

Sham Kay
12-26-2010, 01:13 AM
You won't be laughing soon my friend. You won't be laughing soon. I expect excuses to flow aplenty regarding this Scots success in 2011. *Nods wildly*

Topspindoctor
12-26-2010, 01:25 AM
His schedule is this I believe

Doha------ Possible


He is playing Hopman Cup with Laura Robson, not Doha.

Fiberlight1
12-26-2010, 01:38 AM
Probably Indian Wells or Miami.

v-money
12-26-2010, 01:48 AM
His schedule is this I believe

Doha------ Possible
Aussie-----NO
IW-------Possible
Miami------Possible
Monte Carlo----- Ah Hell No
Madrid-----:haha:
Rome-----:lol:
FO-----:haha: :haha: :haha: :haha:
Queens-----Possible
Wimby------ N O
Montreal-----Probable
Cincy----- Possible
USO----- Possible, Oh wait he doesn't get a bye to the quarters nevermind
Shanghai------ Yup, Possible
Paris----- Don't think so
London----- Possible, not probable

Isn't laughing at the possibility of him winning the clay and grass event actually irrelevant to the question you originally asked. Of course he's a huge longshot at a clay event, even if Corretja is his coach. He's still a good hardcourt player and I think he has a descent shot Indian Wells or Miami.

RedHotRafa
12-26-2010, 02:21 AM
Isn't laughing at the possibility of him winning the clay and grass event actually irrelevant to the question you originally asked. Of course he's a huge longshot at a clay event, even if Corretja is his coach. He's still a good hardcourt player and I think he has a descent shot Indian Wells or Miami.

Ik I was just going through his season. But yeah I'll change that post now thanks.

Pirata.
12-26-2010, 04:10 AM
Wouldn't he have a better chance of winning Madrid than Rome? Rome's surface is more like RG, while Madrid plays sort of like a slow hard court?

Anyway, I think he might win AO. I dunno, I think this might be his year. Before that, maybe Hopman Cup. Nole and Ana sounds like a headcase team waiting to happen :lol:

RedHotRafa
12-26-2010, 05:34 AM
Wouldn't he have a better chance of winning Madrid than Rome? Rome's surface is more like RG, while Madrid plays sort of like a slow hard court?

Anyway, I think he might win AO. I dunno, I think this might be his year. Before that, maybe Hopman Cup. Nole and Ana sounds like a headcase team waiting to happen :lol:

Just like 2009 and 2010 were supposed to be "his" year.

2009-2010

Nadal 4 slams

Fed 3 slams

Del Potro 1 slam

Murray 0 slams

abraxas21
12-26-2010, 08:49 AM
Aussie Open

gusavo
12-26-2010, 09:53 AM
Just like 2009 and 2010 were supposed to be "his" year.
yes, and+

abraxas21
12-26-2010, 02:53 PM
Just like 2009 and 2010 were supposed to be "his" year.

2009-2010

Nadal 4 slams

Fed 3 slams

Del Potro 1 slam

Murray 0 slams

:retard:

Horatio Caine
12-26-2010, 08:46 PM
As is often said, he is certainly very capable of winning a Slam...and there is little reason why he can't begin by winning the Australian Open. Whether he will is always the question.

Failing that, he has won/been finalist at the four Masters events, and also the US Open...and he is certainly one of the main players to beat in Dubai.

Really, the infuriating thing about Murray is that you don't quite know what he is going to do...

Sonja1989
12-26-2010, 08:56 PM
1-3 Months.

Orka_n
12-26-2010, 09:03 PM
Probably Indian Wells or Miami.This.

Sapeod
12-26-2010, 09:07 PM
Did you make this thread because I made one about Nadull?
That's pretty lame.

Anyway, Australian Open is a possibility, if not that then he will win either Miami or Indian Wells.
It'll be before Nadull anyway.

Nadull_tard
12-26-2010, 09:16 PM
If Murray suffers a heavy loss at AO, for example to Fed/Nadal in final, he will fall apart and probably put himself together not before summer hc swing.
This loss against Nadull in London made me a little bit concerned about his chances to win a major on hardcourts, because apparently(unfortunately) he doesn't feel up to overcome quite healthy and badly motivated Spaniard even on a favored surface.

But realistically he should clinch something big on Doha-Miami swing.

Sapeod
12-26-2010, 09:22 PM
If Murray suffers a heavy loss at AO, for example to Fed/Nadal in final, he will fall apart and probably put himself together not before summer hc swing.
This loss against Nadull in London made me a little bit concerned about his chances to win a major on hardcourts, because apparently(unfortunately) he doesn't feel up to overcome quite healthy and badly motivated Spaniard even on a favored surface.

But realistically he should clinch something big on Doha-Miami swing.
The WTF surface was slower than almost all the other hardcourts around. The only one slower is Miami. In fact, some clay courts are faster.

That's part of the reason he didn't beat Nadull in WTF, along with him making bad errors at bad times and some dodgy shot selection.

Nadull_tard
12-26-2010, 09:32 PM
The WTF surface was slower than almost all the other hardcourts around. The only one slower is Miami. In fact, some clay courts are faster.

That's part of the reason he didn't beat Nadull in WTF, along with him making bad errors at bad times and some dodgy shot selection.

Ok sure, but on the other hand Nadal has never won Miami, and as you say it's even slower and Murray seems to feel great in Florida.
In my opinion Murray was too cautious on big points, he has shown some madness in the middle of sets, but when Nadull started to be more aggressive in the breakers Andrew backed away, was pushed to defense and eventually lost those crucial points.

Sapeod
12-26-2010, 09:42 PM
Ok sure, but on the other hand Nadal has never won Miami, and as you say it's even slower and Murray seems to feel great in Florida.
In my opinion Murray was too cautious on big points, he has shown some madness in the middle of sets, but when Nadull started to be more aggressive in the breakers Andrew backed away, was pushed to defense and eventually lost those crucial points.
In the WTF match, he played too defensively in big points and in the set he lost.
He can play much much better than that.

If he played aggresively all the time he would have a few slams already and he'd probably have many more titles and wins over Nadull.