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Andy Murray playing US Open on SKy 3

Discussion in 'Sport' started by scrapbook, Sep 2, 2005.

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    Just in case anyone is interested in watching our future major winner :devil:

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    opps try sky sports extra instead :smashin:

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    On second thoughts...don't bother it will be over in a mo. Anyone mind if i edit out my "future major winner" comment? :suicide:
     
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    The fact of the matter is tennis is still at least middle high class. Until it changes like Aus, US and France, UK won't have enough talent coming thru. Just has beens or dreamers

    maybe thats harsh, but slam winners have been 17, 18 and 19
     
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    some slam winners have been 20, 21, 22, 23 etc etc.

    It may be a middle class game, but it seems to have produced a cracking talent in murray or perhaps i should say allowed him to develope as his talent looks natural
     
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    Still plays like Henman though.

    Go 2 sets down every match and be too knackered to get through the tournament.
     
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    He looks as though he going to be a lot better than Henman, just needs to sort his fitness out.

    With a bit of luck they will get him some to notch coaching to take him to the next level
     
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    I've got Virtua Tennis for my PSP and it isn't very realistic. Henman is far too good
     

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