1-What's your name?
2-Where exactly in the UK do you live?
Small village that is considered part of Greater Manchester, called Mossley.
3-What are you studying?
Media Production FdA hoping to top up to full degree
4-How long have you been watching tennis?
Since around 2001, more die hard in last 2/3 years but always followed.
5-Have you attended any tennis tournament(s) live, namely Wimbledon or World Tour Finals?
Unfortunately I haven't been to as many as I'd of liked. Only Tennis tournament I visited was Wimbledon in 2006, with my school. Only had ground passes but managed to see Navratilovas last match at Wimbledon.
6-What are your expectations for each of your favorites for 2013 and the near future in general?
Murray - I expect Murray to win 1 slam this coming season, most likely I see it coming at the Aussie Open, although most think WImbledon. I also expect him to win some Masters 1000 in 2013 and MAYBE just MAYBE become World Number 1. Generally speaking I expect Murray to end his career with at least 5 Slams and he will at least become World Number 1 once. He will be loved by all of Britain and MTF, and will be one of the youngest people to be knighted. Sir Andy Murray!
Del Potro - I don't set expectations high for Del Potro because I know he has reoccurrences of his injuries which can knock him off momentum, and anything he does for me is great. If I'm being brutally honest, all I expect from Juan is more improvement and break into the top 5 and but Vulterr out of it. I expect him to continue to get more power back in his forehand and improve movement, win some 250/500 and maybe even a Clay Masters and go deep in 2/4 of the Slams. I expect a US Open Final appearance from the legend who ended olderror's winning streak at the tournament in 2009, very soon!
Djokovic - Djokovic is probably the guy I have the highest expectations for, because unlike Juan and Andy he has had sustained periods at the top and I think he has the quality to continue being at the top. I expect him to reach the final of the 2013 Aus Open and admittedly although I'd love Murray to win it, I think Nole will win 3 in a row which is great. He should also continue good form in Masters 1000 and win some on Clay again, before making Dull tards cry by winning the French Open and completing his long overdue career slam!
7-When and why did you start supporting each of them?
Murray - A lot of Murray haters say I only support him because he is British, but that's not true, and considering I also support a Serb and a Argentine that argument would not work on me. I started supporting Murray in 2004 when he won the Junior US Open. British press reported on his talent a lot, and I was getting sick of Henman choking constantly and was awaiting a new talent to try and finally make my hopes for a British Male GS winner come true. I started to follow Murray and noticed his potential, he just stood out to me as someone special and I truly believed he would be the guy to be the one to become the next British Male GS winner.... of course there was also his personality. A lot of people hated on him for anti English comments, and being English myself I could well of took offence to this comments, but it was obvious jokes and I liked how the guy was able to speak his mind and make banter comments. English people had always poked fun at Scottish sports be it Football or Rugby, and here was this young brash Scotsman, giving us stick back which I really found quite impressive. He also acted himself, he didn't pander to the media, or make comments that would perhaps make him look good, he just spoke his mind and that's a lot better then trying to keep your feeling to yourself just to make people happy.
Djokovic - I began to like Djokovic in around 07/08. I think the main reason was the fact him and Murray were fighting out with each other for the World Number Three Spot, and also both trying to stop Federror and Dull's dominance of the tour. It was an exciting battle to follow and the fact that Djokovic was also great friends with Murray made me feel even more welcome to the guy battling out with my first favourite and providing me with entertainment. Over the years my support for him grew, 2011 was great for him and I enjoyed seeing him finally breakthrough. Not just that though he is one of the most genuine guys on tour, and his charity work impresses me.
Del Potro - Keeping this short and sweet. 2009. Exciting player, most humble guy on tour. What more do I need to say? There's was just an instant connection for me.
8-What are your favorite(s) football team(s) and player(s) (your profile suggest United, just making sure)?
Manchester United. Favourite player would have to be Paul Scholes even though he's old now.
9-Do you post on any other forums?
Yeah, an Andy Murray fan forum and then some other sports forums.
10-Do you have a girlfriend?
Nope, unfortunately not.
11-How did you come across MTF in the first place?
Always search Tennis info on google, MTF always shows up so I thought it was about time I joined.
12-What are your favorite TV series?
Don't watch much TV. Always like the Real life crime show Road Wars, and the technology show Click is good.
13-How about movies?
Shawshank Redemption, Fight Club to name a few
14-Are you on Twitter?
15-What are your views on this video (watch it, you won't regret it )?
This should be enough to start with, I'll come up with some more afterwards