Sir Andy Murray, OBE. World No 1
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    Re: WIMBLEDON - 2nd-15th July 2018 - Main thread

    Really enjoyed Andy's commentary - well done

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    Agreed...thought Andy did a great job - a complete "natural".

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    Re: WIMBLEDON - 2nd-15th July 2018 - Main thread

    The match between Rafa and Delpo for me was the match of the tournament.

    It had everything including great tennis and great sportsmanship at the end. Well done to them both.

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    Re: WIMBLEDON - 2nd-15th July 2018 - Main thread

    Soooooooooooooo disappointed that England and Milos both lost yesterday. But happy that Rafa won and Fed lost. However, I don't think Rafa will get by Djokovic, more's the pity and I reckon John Isner could win the whole thing. We will see. It would be nice to have a new champ but I'd rather it go to Anderson than Isner.
    Andy. Rafa. Milos. What's not to like?

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    Re: WIMBLEDON - 2nd-15th July 2018 - Main thread

    I enjoyed listening to Andy. Unfortunately, my stream slowed down as the match went on and I was unable to see/hear the last 3 sets. Hoping for Rafa/Anderson but unfortunately think Djoko/Isner.
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    Re: WIMBLEDON - 2nd-15th July 2018 - Main thread

    Hmmmm - not sure about the outcome of the Anderson/Isner match. I hope it doesn't become just a servefest and I really hope Anderson emerges as the winner. I definitely think Rafa will beat Djoko though. Djoko's not back to his best yet and is easily rattled.

  11. #317

    Re: WIMBLEDON - 2nd-15th July 2018 - Main thread

    oop for Friday - http://www.wimbledon.com/en_GB/score...ule/index.html

    1.00 pm Isner vs Anderson
    followed by Djokovic vs Nadal

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    Re: WIMBLEDON - 2nd-15th July 2018 - Main thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Alis View Post
    Hmmmm - not sure about the outcome of the Anderson/Isner match. I hope it doesn't become just a servefest and I really hope Anderson emerges as the winner. I definitely think Rafa will beat Djoko though. Djoko's not back to his best yet and is easily rattled.
    Agree on both points - I doubt there will be many rallies in the Anderson/Isner match but hope Kev wins it (will be forever thankful to him for knocking out Fed and he is a bit more interesting to watch than Isner). As for Rafa v Djoko - the latter is definitely on his way back but there are still doubts in his mind and I can't see him resisting the iron-will of Rafa.

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    Re: WIMBLEDON - 2nd-15th July 2018 - Main thread

    Big John v Almost as Big Kev is proving far more interesting than I thought it might be in these early stages. What a battle this 3rd game is

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    It's just a whole other viewing mindset. Rafa v Djokovic should be great to watch in terms of strokes and strategy. This is intriguing in a very different sense , who will break through the big serves. Both fascinating contests. To enjoy both you have to be ready for two completely different matches.

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