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Old 02-04-2013, 11:01 PM   #119
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Default Re: Murray's constant swearing on court

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Originally Posted by leng jai View Post
Yeah you really must be butthurt about the USO because the amount of hyperbole in this post is comical. You make it sound like he swears after every winner hit against him and cheers every single unforced error. You need a reality check because Djokovic also cheers after unforced errors during critical points. There's no use singling out Murray because his language is of the saltier variety. It's not like Murray is fist pumping at UEs in the first point of a set or at 15-0 up on his service game. The frustration is simply is to the fact he's losing. He's swearing and cussing because the match isn't going the way he wants it to. It's not because of your reasoning which is that he should never be beaten or outsmarted. Heaps in players react in a similar fashion in their own way. Players that don't ar usually too submissive and incapable of pulling out big perfomances. Gasquet's reaction to losing for example is far more pathetic IMO. Haas swears after being aced on break point or being outplayed and he does it all the time.
In the AO this year more or less every game I saw players cheered, fist-pumped, or "c'mon"'d when they benefited from an UE at a crucial time. It's fairly common...
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