of course- not even lendl in his corner would have helped murray beat nadal
probably yes, however murray's draw opened up quite nicely which also had a great effect on murray.
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DP beat an injured Nadal and a horrific, tactically naive Federer. If only Murray had been served up that Federer in one of his finals.
Primo: Nadal was not injured, all faking.
Secundo: Federer played well. Murray would have lost to that Nadal.
Deal with it. One will retire with a slam title, another will retire with being a 1000s hero at max.
I hope Nadal trounces Nole, who's been acting brand new and faking his physical condition throughout the match. Boy looked more tired in the second and third set than in the fourth and fifth ones. The fuck is that?
He lost both those sets,so what's this argue about?
Murray looked dead in the fourth and fought like a tiger in the fifth...there are no rules for adrenalin!
EPIC win for Nole! Even when he was down and out after the 3rd set, I still felt he would win this one. The guy impresses me more and more with each match. Loved his interview at the end where gave respect to Laver. He is an amazing ambassador for our sport.