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Old 10-11-2012, 07:15 AM   #98
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Default Re: Why are ballbashers more highly regarded than tacticians like Murray?

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Originally Posted by MuzzahLovah View Post
Watch the rest- most the points aren't more than a handful of strokes. If you can't appreciate that then
Yeah alright, being at work and short on time I was pissed by the first 2 points and didn't watch the rest, it is actually quite a spectacular match by Murray and watching him destroy Nadal's moonballs from the baseline was an absolute joy, but that just adds to the point of this thread, the man ball bashed out of his mind in that 3rd set bagel and it's a joy to watch, the baseline pushing marathons in the first set were more representative of his usual style of play and that's why he's appreciated less, it's simply less fun to watch...

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