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Murray beats Henman in thriller!

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Message 1 - posted by Tom H (U1691413) , Oct 26, 2005

Woah I was a nervous wreck, what an amazing match.

Henman found his form in the last two sets and Murray started to struggle.

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Message 2 - posted by Tom H (U1691413) , Oct 26, 2005

Is it true Murray was crying at the end of that?

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Message 3 - posted by Lil' Mozart (U1778058) , Oct 26, 2005

i think they were tears of laughter

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Message 4 - posted by ark_28 (U2205532) , Oct 26, 2005

Chuffed for Murray he did lose his way and wasnt sure how he would react to losing that set 2 when he could so easily have won he kept holding sevre in set 3 kept fighting and he came through quite comfortably in the final set breaker

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Message 5 - posted by Brad Murray (U2151593) , Oct 26, 2005

no not at all! he looked tierd but no more than that.

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Message 6 - posted by blueMoby (U2258265) , Oct 26, 2005

typical media headline on teletext "Henman Humbled by Teenager"....6-7 in a final set tiebreak is hardly humbled....

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Message 7 - posted by Tom H (U1691413) , Oct 26, 2005

Murray showed how mentally strong he is even up against the likes of his childhood hero, now the british surely have a new no1. To win that tie break is hard to do but when it did come to a tiebreak I felt Murray had the advantage with his record in tie breaks this year and how he just doesn't seem to get nervous. Fantastic match!

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Message 8 - posted by MrInvisible (U1645512) , Oct 26, 2005

What marks out of 10 would you give for both players?

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Message 9 - posted by ms_belgo (U1666932) , Oct 26, 2005

Yes Murray did look tearful I thought, he played very well. Whatever people think of Henman, when he's on fire he's surely one of the most entertaining players to watch. He's having an off year but I really hope the old Henman can come back for another year. Surely there's room for two Brits in the top 30?

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Message 10 - posted by Schaferlord Dearheart-Trouserpress: General in the Magpie Legions (U1020600) , Oct 26, 2005

Henman 7/10
Murray 8/10

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Message 11 - posted by dl04- Find yourself another place to fall.... (U1646823) , Oct 26, 2005

What marks out of 10 would you give for both players?

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On the basis of the match:

Henman: 5
Murray: 6


Neither played spectacluar tennis as well, some abysmally nervy tennis from Henman.

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Message 12 - posted by ark_28 (U2205532) , Oct 26, 2005

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Message 13 - posted by ark_28 (U2205532) , Oct 26, 2005

typical media headline on teletext "Henman Humbled by Teenager"....6-7 in a final set tiebreak is hardly humbled....

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In the end the score doesnt show he was humbled but for t3/4 of the match Murray was without doubt the better player

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Message 14 - posted by doowopoldie (U2324578) , Oct 26, 2005

Please no more Henman hype - Murdered by Murray or Henman humbled a good headline - the BBC commentary was spoiled by Henman bias - Murray is now MINTed

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Message 15 - posted by Tennis_Nickmo- Come on Tim (U2289724) , Oct 26, 2005

How on earth did Henman manage to throw away the momentum in the tie break. Numerous opportunities to break, and over a poor performance. However, it was evident that Murray probably couldnt match Henman if Henman was playing at 100%, which he certainly wasnt today.

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Message 16 - posted by blueMoby (U2258265) , Oct 26, 2005

hey, im not gonna BIG UP Tim when he plays badly...he's NOT my tennis god....but Henman was NOT humbled in the match.....

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Message 17 - posted by hopelesshenman-getting worse. (U1761412) , Oct 26, 2005

Most of the embarrassing moments came from Henman and Andy must get his first serve sorted. He can pump himself up and I think the first set made him feel it would be a walkover. henman wasnt ahead most of the match and Andy is ranked so much lower and is only just in the pro game...

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Message 18 - posted by ark_28 (U2205532) , Oct 26, 2005

hey, im not gonna BIG UP Tim when he plays badly...he's NOT my tennis god....but Henman was NOT humbled in the match.....

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Its all relative though Castles and the so called experts said that Henman would win easily in 2 sets if you are going on that proviso then yes he was humbled

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Message 19 - posted by doowopoldie (U2324578) , Oct 26, 2005

not humbled ? - how about humiliated !!!

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Message 20 - posted by blueMoby (U2258265) , Oct 26, 2005

not humbled ? - how about humiliated !!!

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blah blah....

anyway, im a great Murray fan and was hopeing he'd win today....it must be a good feeling beating the guy who, as a kid, he must have looked up too to some extent...

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