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Clinical Federer

Wimbledon
by Livi_Oz (U2522541) 03 July 2009
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You've got to give the man credit - in his semi final Federer has been clinical (almost call it cold blooded) in his destruction of Haas.

Much as I want Andy Murray to win, he knows he will have to be at his very best on Sunday.

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posted Jul 3, 2009

Isn't that highly presumptuous? Andy Murray is yet to cross the semi final hurdle. Any talk about his winning the final come Sunday is premature.

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posted Jul 3, 2009

hahaha its great 2 see da Andy's on court........

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posted Jul 3, 2009

i wish murray to win and we are entitled to watch great tennis on sunday!!!!!

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posted Jul 3, 2009

omg!!!!!!!! murray is out!!! and so is the air from the british media's over hyped baloon!!!!!it busted as it should have after being over inflated.sorry folks but federer is to face roddick for his 15th and not great and eventual champion(as many predicted murray) in the final.

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comment by drjones (U1771947)

posted Jul 3, 2009

I dont think Murray will ever win Wimbledon now. There was never a better time to get into a final.
A brit just cant get into the finals to give themselves a fighting chance.
Murrays seems like he was exhausted by watching Henman fail so many times and it has effected him.

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posted Jul 3, 2009

Murray lost to the better man today.
At some stage in the next few years he will be the better man and win.

As a Fed fan I would love to see him win on Sunday, but if he does not I would happily celebrate a Roddick victory.

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posted Jul 3, 2009

I dont think Murray will ever win Wimbledon now. There was never a better time to get into a final.

Agreed, that Nadal injury has really hyped him up. Now that he'll be back next year; i can't see him beating both Fed and Nadal.:(

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posted Jul 3, 2009

Agree all the way with the clinical comment on Federer. Never looked like losing and in my opinion still a plesure to watch. Tommy played his part but just not good enough.

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