Sir Andy Murray, OBE. World No 1
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Team GB - Davis Cup Champions 2015
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    Re: AUSTRALIAN OPEN 14-29th Jan 2019 - Main thread

    Quote Originally Posted by RoastLamb View Post
    Ugh so disappointing. If you're a Rafa fan like me, that is. If you're a Djokovic fan then it was AMAZING!

    I reckon when all is done and dusted Djokovic will have more slams than Federer.
    Beginning to think you're right never thought that would annoy me! Would still rather Rafa beat them both though.

    I know Nole played great but don't think Rafa played half as well as he did against Toofus. In my perfect dream scenario Andy is watching it, taking notes and about to have his op, which will bring him back next year, with said notes........and he will wallop Nole..........

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    Re: AUSTRALIAN OPEN 14-29th Jan 2019 - Main thread

    Disappointing match. Rafa didn't really show up, such a shame. Really wanted him to win.

    Glad I didn't stay up for it.
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    Re: AUSTRALIAN OPEN 14-29th Jan 2019 - Main thread

    I have definitely not been a great fan of Novak recently but today I feel he deserved praise for his amazing match. Well done to him. Now I actually would like him to up his tally of GS wins and overtake Fed. Not sure if he can do it but I'd also be happy for Rafa to overtake Fed. If Andy can't do it, then good luck to anyone who can. What an incredible trio to be playing at this time. Such a shame Andy has had so many setbacks so hasn't been able to capitalise on his talent to the same extent.

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    Re: AUSTRALIAN OPEN 14-29th Jan 2019 - Main thread

    Quote Originally Posted by goldfish View Post
    I have definitely not been a great fan of Novak recently but today I feel he deserved praise for his amazing match. Well done to him. Now I actually would like him to up his tally of GS wins and overtake Fed. Not sure if he can do it but I'd also be happy for Rafa to overtake Fed. If Andy can't do it, then good luck to anyone who can. What an incredible trio to be playing at this time. Such a shame Andy has had so many setbacks so hasn't been able to capitalise on his talent to the same extent.
    I'd also like to see Djoko overtake Federer but, alas, I really don't think Rafa will. I do know this: if Djoko keeps playing the way he is now for the next two or three years Federer will never win another slam again.
    Andy. Rafa. Milos. What's not to like?

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