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Old 11-13-2012, 04:49 PM   #41
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Default Re: Is Murray better liked in America than Britain?

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Originally Posted by Gris View Post
What really matters is that Murray's opponent is Federer,who is so popular around the world.
Federer is alright compared to the likes of Faker and Pochahontas (most human beings are so it's not saying much ) but he's got this fake attitude going on some times. Even though he's been honest in some of his opinions he rarely truly says things as they are and chooses to pick the "right words" in order to mellow down his speech and make it more swallowable for the media and his dumbdowned fans. if he were more straighforward and less afraid of showing his true colours he'd have less crowd support and less fans around the world but at the same time he'd gain more intelligent fans and be an overall more respected person by the ones who count more.
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