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10-15-2012 03:36 AM
Tag
Re: Murray`s negative attitude on court

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Originally Posted by Freak3yman84 View Post
Weak era
Slow courts
10-13-2012 04:33 AM
Rogael Naderer
Re: Murray`s negative attitude on court

I don't see whats the issue. Its great for tennis to have characters whether positive or negative and the good thing is he does it in English so we can make out unlike Nadal swearing Puta or Djokovic swearing Jebi se kurac be. I find it quite entertaining to be honest. If it helps him overcoming frustration of previous point, I would say do it. I don't think it makes a very big impact on his game though.
10-13-2012 04:32 AM
Freak3yman84
Re: Murray`s negative attitude on court

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Originally Posted by silver lining View Post
Couldn't even do it right and needed two attempts. Mug.
Weak era
10-13-2012 04:31 AM
Cereal Killer
Re: Murray`s negative attitude on court

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Originally Posted by FlameOn View Post
Up 6-2 2-1, loses a point with an opponent winner at the net...smashes his racket . Only Mugray .

Couldn't even do it right and needed two attempts. Mug.
10-13-2012 04:27 AM
lovevolleyer
Re: Murray`s negative attitude on court

Dolgo has no business breaking his serve like that hence the racket abuse.
10-13-2012 04:21 AM
FlameOn
Re: Murray`s negative attitude on court

Up 6-2 2-1, loses a point with an opponent winner at the net...smashes his racket . Only Mugray .

10-12-2012 04:11 PM
GSMnadal
Re: Murray`s negative attitude on court

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Originally Posted by Sunset of Age View Post
There I was, thinking this thread was about Murray...
Of course it is...but it's pretty hard to make a comparison between him and other players (which seems like a pretty logical way of analysing his behaviour) without giving examples
10-12-2012 04:02 PM
EliSter
Re: Murray`s negative attitude on court

Disguisting is word you are looking for.
10-12-2012 04:01 PM
Sapeod
Re: Murray`s negative attitude on court

Don't compare Andy's behaviour to Nadal's. One gets angry when he loses stupid points or when he's playing badly and the other cheats, fakes injuries and fakes being humble.

Again with this touching his thigh crap, too. He does that when winning too. It's a habit, that's all. It doesn't mean he's injured or faking injury.


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Originally Posted by MTF's collective thought process when it comes to Andy
Blah blah Mugray, blah blah classless, blah blah Scottish haggis, blah blah faking injuries, blah blah slamless pusher...oh he has a slam?? Blah blah not a real slam win, blah blah he kicks puppies to death for fun, balh blah blah.
All of you are fools
10-12-2012 03:53 PM
Sunset of Age
Re: Murray`s negative attitude on court

There I was, thinking this thread was about Murray...
10-12-2012 03:32 PM
GSMnadal
Re: Murray`s negative attitude on court

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Originally Posted by lovevolleyer View Post
Nadal is far from being stoic you know.


What he means I think is that, yes, Nadal is very emotional on winning points. But when it doesn't go his way, he remains focussed and calm on trying to turn it around. You'll never see him smash a racquet, the most you'll see is a reaction like this:



He's definitely pissed, but still a pretty moderate reaction.
10-12-2012 03:23 PM
lovevolleyer
Re: Murray`s negative attitude on court

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Originally Posted by r3d_d3v1l_ View Post
I really don´t get Murray´s outbursts. Today he was in the lead against Stepanek in the final set, and once again he got mad, yelled, and cried for some mercy.

I mean, when Safin had an outburts, it was legit, because most of the times he was losing.

Just don´t get what makes Murray so mad. Sometimes it´s disrespectfulto to his opponents.
Exactly, such a waste of emotion.
10-12-2012 03:22 PM
lovevolleyer
Re: Murray`s negative attitude on court

Nadal is far from being stoic you know.
10-12-2012 02:59 PM
r3d_d3v1l_
Re: Murray`s negative attitude on court

I really don´t get Murray´s outbursts. Today he was in the lead against Stepanek in the final set, and once again he got mad, yelled, and cried for some mercy.

I mean, when Safin had an outburts, it was legit, because most of the times he was losing.

Just don´t get what makes Murray so mad. Sometimes it´s disrespectfulto to his opponents.
10-12-2012 02:37 PM
GSMnadal
Re: Murray`s negative attitude on court

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Originally Posted by NJ88 View Post
Murrays attitude has definately improved on court a great deal. He's obviously not like a Federer or Nadal who stays stoicly expressionless through the entire match. He get's annoyed, and if he didn't he wouldn't be him. He occasionally has an outburst but now, when he does it generally doesn't affect the match too much. In the past he would have a tantrum and he would go into a major slump for as long as an entire set.

Often he has an outburst and it helps him because he's got it out and isn't holding in any frustration. I don't see a problem with it, it's nice to have someone at the top of the game who doesn't act act in the same way as Fed, Nadal etc he's a little different but I don't see it as a major negative anymore.
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