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Old 12-08-2012, 02:50 PM   #108
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Default Re: Is Murray better liked in America than Britain?

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Originally Posted by ProdigyEng View Post
Let's put it this way, in the final the crowd was no different with their love for Federer. Bigger cheers for him than Nole, and no booing when Fed got frustrated. Nole on the other hand, was boo'd when he booted the ball away in frustration and I seem to remember the crowd booing some errors of his or something like that. Nothing to really read into because the crowd love Murray whenever else he plays in the UK, even against Fed.
I think Fed's status is so high he is almost beyond being booed. Djoko still has a few years to go before that. And with Murray, he really needs to still prove all the tantrums are in his past like Federer did. I think the longest gap between tantrums is a few months max.
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