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Murray vs Djokavic - I say .......he's finally gone and done it


StrayCat Plus
11 16.1k 2 Canada
7 Jul 2013 7:50PM
We get the same over here Ade, can't stand the success of a fellow countryman. The accomplishment is magnified by the fact he won against the world's best, by far. I thought he'd give him a good run, but straight sets, that proves beyond a shadow of a doubt that he is a worthy champion. Way to go ANDY!!!

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ade_mcfade Plus
11 15.2k 216 England
7 Jul 2013 7:51PM
just gutted I couldn't watch the match - just rused into a pub to see the very last game!

how tense....?
saltireblue Plus
4 4.7k 26 Norway
7 Jul 2013 8:09PM
Not just Andy...what about Froome in Le Tour and The Lions down under and NI's Graeme McDowell in the French Open golf...a magnificent weekend of British sporting achievements!
tomcat Plus
9 6.3k 15 United Kingdom
7 Jul 2013 8:27PM

Quote:The Lions down under


Now this is a different sportSmile

Our thugs were better than their thugs on the dayWink
gcarth Plus
10 2.3k 1 United Kingdom
7 Jul 2013 8:31PM

Quote:Anyway whatever he is he is a winner well done Andy Murray
Yep! I didn't realise he's only 26 years old. This guy could win lots more great tournaments. I suppose it's in the 'lap of the Gods' because when you have such incredible competition like Jokovic and Nadal etc., there's surely very little between them at their level of playing ability and any of these players could beat Murray on another day.
cantona43 Plus
9 920 4 England
7 Jul 2013 8:34PM
A fantastic weekend for British sport just a pity Lewis Hamilton did not spoil the Germans party but at the the end of the day a truly fantastic win for Andy Murray(🏆Wink ) the pressure he was under with the expectation must have been immense. Well done Andy and may his success continue
Neil
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Big Bri 14 15.8k United Kingdom
7 Jul 2013 9:12PM
don't think he watched the match. From the start, Murray was playing like a winner.
And he can't even spell Djokovic Tongue
scottishphototours 11 2.6k 2
7 Jul 2013 9:43PM
Disgusted to hear him being interviewed and refer to himself as "British" (pandering to the English media and his Wimbledon chums) then even worse was BBC Sports Editor David Bond on the news bulletin refer to his win as being "right up there along with England's win in the 1966 World Cup Finals"........truly stomach-churning stuff for every full-blooded Scot, for which the BBC has received my complaint.

That every sporting triumph should reference 1966 is a cliché of epic proportions that demeans the position of Sports Editor of an international broadcaster. The man should be sacked...
lobsterboy Plus
11 14.4k 13 United Kingdom
7 Jul 2013 9:50PM

Quote:Disgusted to hear him being interviewed and refer to himself as "British"


Isn't he English now ?
Big Bri 14 15.8k United Kingdom
7 Jul 2013 9:52PM
oh yawn....

isn't he entitled to refer to himself as British of he wants to?
brian1208 Plus
11 10.7k 12 United Kingdom
7 Jul 2013 10:00PM

Quote:Disgusted to hear him being interviewed and refer to himself as "British"


Its OK, Alex Salmond is claiming it as a great victory for Scottish Nationalism Tongue

Its a game for heavens sake, one the pundits all reckoned he would lose, the "Webeartai" reckoned if he did win it would only be because "all the better players were injured"

All that matters is that he proved them all wrong and played a brilliant game, anyone who can beat "Jockovitch" - another good Scottish patriot Wink in 3 straight sets is doing OK in my mind

Who gives a stuff what he called himself - for me the correct term is Winner!
Dann 1 240
7 Jul 2013 10:16PM

Quote:Isn't he English now ?


Lives in Surrey - just down the road from me in fact so - yes.

Wink
ade_mcfade Plus
11 15.2k 216 England
7 Jul 2013 10:22PM
he's as british as I am....
steve_p 9 1.1k England
7 Jul 2013 10:26PM
What a load of negativity! Scotland is part of GB , it doesn't matter which country someone is born in. Most of the Scots people don't really want independence, I understand.
BUT why can't people be happy about Andy's win. He did deserve it. Who cares where he comes from he is British.
Big Bri 14 15.8k United Kingdom
7 Jul 2013 10:31PM
I'm English and never been a particular fan of Murray, and I'm not going to be a hypocrite and claim him as "mine", by I am happy for him, and contrary to what the OP wrote, he dominated the match from the start. Sod the moaners, it was a well deserved win.

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