Wimbledon Andy Murray Content
Nah – I wouldn’t accept it. Grand slams clearly indicates grand slam trophies, whereas grand slam would imply that it was holding all four at the same time. That based on the idea that you cant have two of the latter at the same time. Shoddy bit of editing by IanMunro.Posted 4 years agohelsMember
He is more personable in real life than he comes across on screen, I saw him and his mum and his bro being interviewed for a radio program at the Museum of Scotland a few years ago, they were very relaxed and joking about.
BBC should be ashamed of some of the coverage tho, those comments about the women’s winner not being good-looking were beyond a faux-pas and that dinosaur should be made extinct. Then we had 10 minutes last week about how Judy Murray has started wearing her hair differently. I know not much happens for hours on end, but please. (Women, Know Your Place, don’t try to play tennis).Posted 4 years ago
it is a bit meaningless to say a British player holds two slams though – it is more like Andy Murray holds two slams ‘cos very little of this achievement is courtesy of backing from Britain, and there is not the strength-in-depth in British tennis to use this as a indicator that things are going the right way.Posted 4 years ago
it is a bit meaningless to say a British player holds two slams though – it is more like Andy Murray holds two slams ‘cos very little of this achievement is courtesy of backing from Britain, and there is not the strength-in-depth in British tennis to use this as a indicator that things are going the right way.
I wasn’t commenting on any strength in depth of British tennis, just that given the dearth of success in the last goodness knows how long, it’s great to see someone from these shores being successful. Seriously, who gives a shit, let’s just enjoy the success.
But yeah, everything is still really shit.Posted 4 years agojambalayaSubscriber
What a year it been for him, losing at Wimbledon, winning the Olympics then the US and now Wimbledon. I have to confess I thought Docov would prove too strong but Murray won in some style. He’s Scottish and every right to be proud of that.
Sports Personality of the YearPosted 4 years agoDanWMember
Ok, so I got it across a little strongly but something didn’t feel right with how Djok was playing in terms of his attitude and unforced errors. For example there were quite a few times when Djok was right at the net with an open court, weak return from Murray and somehow he plays it in to the net. Maybe he was exhausted and the strength of Murray showed it but Djokovic really wasn’t himself.Posted 4 years ago
Maybe the fact it was 40 degrees in centre court? Or because he played a 5 hour semi final on Friday? He may have been carrying an injury.. The list goes on DanW.
I seem to remember Murray missing some easy shots aswell.. Maybe he took a bribe to miss them?
Ditch the tin foil hat and just be happy for the man!
You would be gloating if he lost, so because he won its a conspiracy?
You could see Djokovic was trying and getting angry at some of the calls.. Can’t we just celebrate British success? Why does there have to be a conspiracy? Just accept that Andy played the better Tennis on the day and wanted it more.
Plus he donated his prize money to the cancer hospital his friend was treated in.. All round top bloke in my opinion.Posted 4 years ago
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