Virginia Wade stated that Andy Murray was a drama queen, she said that yeah we know how bad his back is, you receive treatment after that get over it and continue playing. She even said that it wasn't fair to Murray's opponent Nieminen, what Murray has done and she also said that Murray was giving the false impression that he was retiring even nodding to the umpire after the first set like he was about to retire. However she stated that she doesn't think its intentionally, however she doesn't like how Murray acts like a child.
Defo. all three are drama queens of the highest order. Murray's antics on court however are the most irritating. Touching himself every time he loses (or even wins) points, all that whining on court
"In my opinion he's the best player ever. When you play tennis, playing Federer is kind of a dream because you can see he does everything you would love to do on the court" - Fabrice Santoro
The once proud highlanders now have a whining hypochondriac representing them on the international stage. Thank goodness he will never become #3.
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at least he does not take a zillion seconds between points to touch his own left ear, nose, right ear, hair, butt, nose over and over again (i am sure that i missed some part of the body that piggy includes in his so annoying rituals).
Originally Posted by Topspindoctor
Pushray acting like a disagreeable clown on court is nothing new. Even commentators make fun of him.
Q. Do you think you would have been able to play as well as you played today, or you think you would have pulled out from the game if it wasn't the Masters Cup final?
ROGER FEDERER: No, Roger Federer doesn't pull out. Otherwise he doesn't walk on court (smiling).
After losing to Nalbandian in 2005 TMC final...