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07-31-2005 03:27 PM
tennisgirl19
Re: Communicating with Andy

Great news. Good Luck with everything.

*fingers crossed*
07-31-2005 09:45 AM
chalkdust
Re: Communicating with Andy

Great, let's hope something comes out of this!
07-31-2005 07:35 AM
AndyMurray
Re: Communicating with Andy

ooo wow
07-30-2005 11:04 PM
Aleksa's Laydee
Re: Communicating with Andy

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Originally Posted by AndyMurray
lol
what ya loling at?...Alex Bogdanovic is mates with Andy...or didnt you know that
07-30-2005 05:54 PM
jmgsdoubsprtnr
Re: Communicating with Andy

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Originally Posted by Aleksa's Laydee
My mates friends with Andy...I'll email him and see if he can suggest anything
awesome.
07-30-2005 05:27 PM
AndyMurray
Re: Communicating with Andy

lol
07-30-2005 05:10 PM
Aleksa's Laydee
Re: Communicating with Andy

My mates friends with Andy...I'll email him and see if he can suggest anything
07-30-2005 04:26 PM
AndyMurray
Re: Communicating with Andy

Yeah that would be good... Not sure they'd give me that though!!

But I agree he needs an official website. Tim and Greg both have them, and what with him being the British No. 3 he really should have!

I'll suggest it
07-30-2005 02:17 PM
ClaycourtaZzZz.
Re: Communicating with Andy

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Originally Posted by AndyMurray
I'm friends with Mark Petchey's parents... I could ask them to pass on a message but I'm not sure if he'd take much notice?!
Cool

We need to get Andy's mail address
It would be cool if we could write with him, I think it would calm him a bit down....
07-30-2005 01:33 PM
AndyMurray
Re: Communicating with Andy

I'm friends with Mark Petchey's parents... I could ask them to pass on a message but I'm not sure if he'd take much notice?!
07-30-2005 01:10 PM
MurrayFan1
Re: Communicating with Andy

I would have thought it would have been easier for Andy to get someone else to post news for him as opposed to rushing back to e-mail everyone after a match, but yeah it would be cool for him to have an official site or something like that
07-30-2005 11:56 AM
chalkdust
Communicating with Andy

Having spent the last few days wondering what on earth was going on over in Quebec, I have a suggestion.

Maybe someone who knows Andy could encourage him to e-mail his own news bulletins from these far-flung Challengers. It must get a bit boring sometimes out on the circuit and Andy could boost his morale with a little two-way chat with his many fans. Tim Henman's official site has some fairly interesting Q&A sections, which could be a good example. Of course, Tim obviously gets a lot of help from his sponsors with this type of thing but I am sure there would be plenty of volunteers to help Andy deal with the technical/admin side and probably plenty of potential sponsors who are already lining up to help/manage/control/own him.

On the volunteer side, editing Andy's thoughts because of image issues might be difficult to manage, I suppose. There must be a slight risk that Andy might e-mail something a bit too controversial and he would need to be able to trust someone to weed that kind of thing out - or else he could just make sure that he was very disciplined in being very bland in his comments. Tim and Greg could definitely help him there ;-). "I felt I definitely had chances out there and it just came down to a few big points but you've got to give credit to the other guy, I mean his first-serve percentage was 75%, which is just incredible, and sometimes you've just got to say "too good" but I can take a few positives out of the match like the way I played aggressively and tried to concentrate on my own game ...etc."

Anyway, surely something could be sorted out because the current situation is that we hear almost nothing about his progress in what is a critical stage in his career. In many ways, the struggle for ranking in Challenger tournaments is a fascinating World that I have only just begun to appreciate as a result of trying to follow Andy in the last few tournaments. It really is a hard grind out there with young people slogging it out to get a chance of a good career in tennis while others cling on through injury and the ageing process to eke out another couple of years with a shot at the big prizes... OK so I'm slipping into cliche here but nevertheless, it seems to be true.

Any comments/ideas?

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