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Indoorerer and co. :bigwave:

a mini heatwave is expected to arrive in England next week – just in time for Wimbledon.

The Met Office, United Kingdom’s national weather service, reports there will be “hot days and humid nights, especially across the south” the beginning of July.

Temperatures in Wimbledon are expected to reach 93 degrees Fahrenheit on Wednesday and stay almost as hot the rest of the week, according to the Weather Channel’s forecast as of Friday. The average temperature at Wimbledon this time of year is around 70 degrees.

Matches at Wimbledon begin Monday and run through July 12
http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs...-weather-heats-up-just-in-time-for-wimbledon/
 

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We all know why Wimbledon was pushed back by a week. The results are for all to see. Is it therefore any surprise that a Nadaltard,albeit partly objective, has started this thread?
 

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We all know why Wimbledon was pushed back by a week. The results are for all to see.
:superlol: Are you implying that?... :superlol: No, no you can't
 

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Bye bye Grindovic. :bigwave: Try to grind your way outta this one :haha:
 

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I've been there at 34 degrees and it's excruciatingly hot :eek: Good luck to the players :eek:
 

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Be happy montard, at least this way Federer MIGHT have a chance to beat Djokovic again in a tournament that matters
 

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Good news for Dimitrov..Roger Rasheed Mafia does it again..He will basically out-endure his way to another semis with that draw..

Bye bye Grindovic. :bigwave: Try to grind your way outta this one :haha:
Temperatures are going to come down few degrees from the 33/32 to 26/27 for SF/F days (tad cloudy) according to forecast..Yes, it is still going to be way hotter than RG, we will see how Djokovic copes with it espcially in the sweltering 1st week...
 

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On a serious note I think what Djokovic struggles with French and British hot days and not Australian (day matches) is not the heat so much but the humidity, even though it's on the outskirts of London, it can get muggy as hell


Who knows, by 2050 Wimbledon may have to move to Glasgow due to global warming
 

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On a serious note I think what Djokovic struggles with French and British hot days and not Australian (day matches) is not the heat so much but the humidity, even though it's on the outskirts of London, it can get muggy as hell


Who knows, by 2050 Wimbledon may have to move to Glasgow due to global warming
He barely plays them..
 

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Good news: Nadal; Wawrinka; Isner (for bounce purposes); Dimitrov (for stamina advantage purposes)
 

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Good news: Nadal; Wawrinka; Isner (for bounce purposes); Dimitrov (for stamina advantage purposes)
Murrays good in heat as weird as that sounds for such a pale man,

As for Dimitrov, he needs to work on his grass footwork more, the endless slipping last year really cost him :eek:
 

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Not sure why are Nadaltards celebrating like Nadal already won. :facepalm: He is not capable of playing on clay any more, let alone any grass. No amount of sun or hot weather is going to help him. Tony is too late.

Also joyous Fedtards :haha: I guess they are all that desperate. :rolleyes:


BTW What happened to the real monfed. He used to be a tolerable poster long time ago in a galaxy far far away. Here and now he is just insufferable pathetic little hater. Sad.
 

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Not sure who benefits here. Yes Novak doesn ´t like hot weather, but besides Kohli match on fresh quicker grass other matches will be pretty easy for him until latest rounds, btw grass will get worn out easy in hot weather i believe, so 2nd week grass will be horrible and there will be huge difference how courts look at R1 and SF-F matches. Also conditions will get quicker and bounce higher - funny combination for grass court tennis
 
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