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Who's going to win Miami, you ask?

Masters Series
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Andy is, of course.

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comment by roobs888 (U975818)

posted Mar 31, 2009

I'm really hoping for the top 4 seeds in the semis. Nadal v Murray and Federer v Djokovic.
Mouthwatering!

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posted Mar 31, 2009

andygibbo (U13056399)
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TENNIS IS SO BORING
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Strange that you find it necessary to post on a tennis board - Muppet.

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comment by roobs888 (U975818)

posted Mar 31, 2009

Dear Anon. Is that the world's smallest violin I hear playing?

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comment by roobs888 (U975818)

posted Mar 31, 2009

A routine 'no dramas' win for Murray. How refreshing!

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posted Mar 31, 2009

Obviously Ben Dirs is having as bad a day as Victor Troicki. Multiple spelling mistakes and posting game updates under the wrong gme score!

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posted Mar 31, 2009

A routine 'no dramas' win for Murray. How refreshing!
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Very strange from Troicki terrible serving at 33 %

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comment by roobs888 (U975818)

posted Mar 31, 2009

This skysports analyst dude must be on something. He is hilarious

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posted Mar 31, 2009

In case Ben Dirs or whoever wrote the match report is reading - it's 'last eight' not 'last four' <erm>

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posted Mar 31, 2009

Thanks to the people who answered my H2H question.

Boring match, too much one- way traffic for my liking, he was never going to beat Murray, but he should have put up a fight like Massu or Gil

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posted Mar 31, 2009

Erm...the BBC website is suggesting that Murray has 'strolled into the semis'. Don't get ahead of yourselves, guys, he might be pushing for the World Number 3 spot, but he's still got to do it the hard way, and not make the rounds disappear.

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