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Love the comment by Cardiffian No 298. I used to be a member of the same golf club as Justin Rose, and after being on the driving range with me and seeing my swing, he must of thought ' I will copy that and get to the top'. My wife thinks I am living in dreamland!!Wee done Andy, let's hope that you are back to full working order for the Davis Cup.
'Andy Murray has much to play for after US Open defeat by Kei Nishikori' is the new news story from BBC Sport. Just like can he be the next King of Clay? Facinating the ideas that come up to fill the space
Andy Murray has an inflated ranking due to injuries to Del Potro, Federer and Nadal over the past 2 years. However the big beast is on his way back now and Nishikouri seems to be getting his Mojo back. The show is coming to an end soon.
I'm surprised no mention has been made of how unprofessional it is of a Grand Slam event to have a badly working sound system in the first place!
His wife is a hottie, I wonder what attracted her to the millionaire Andy Murray.
Proud to lose. Sturgeon & Salmond would be smiling at that...
He should retire.. He gave up in this match and should never be allowed to play again!People pay lots of money and he decides to be a baby and not care! Act like a man or retire
He has had a hard schedule and if he is needing rest for the Davis Cup he should not play the doubles. We have two doubles specialists in Jamie Murray and Dom Inglot.
Tim Henman would have won.
He's still one of Britain's greatest ever sportsmen in any sport (whatever the bedroom warriors and wind up merchants on here say). This is just a blip in a fantastic and very busy season. Looked fatigued if anything by the end of the match. Great play from Nishikori after the first set. If he can keep that up who knows...
@296 Great fan of the big 3, all grand slam winners and World No 1's
He loses it sometimes, but generally his temperament is superb. His character to fight back is immense. He really doesn't get the credit he deserves... He is the Messi or Ronaldo of Tennis (depending on which you think is the no.2 footballer in the world), and the plaudits those guys get is huge. Also, I played Murray as a junior and think it's when he beat me that he realised his true potential!
Murray just seemed to lose focus after that roof noise incident, and the guy coming out to speak to him added to this. Through it away really.
Tiny tears. Why don't you tell us which sports people you do admire?
Disappointing but, as the majority are saying here, what a brilliant year Andy Murray has had and how proud we should be of him - unlikely we'll see his like in the UK again for many years. And, why does the BBC always put on a discussion page after Murray's losses allowing those with no interest in tennis to make irrelevant personal and political comments which have nothing to do with sport?
@ 9 I'd love to be a nearly man like Sir Andy Murray But I will stay with the losers come on lets go
Who is questioning if he's let anyone down??? Isn't it just him being a drama queen again?
Three major finals in a year, Wimbledon champion olympic champion and we are questioning whether he has let anyone down? Are we mad?
141. Posted by vanhunks, Nishikori did not only hold his nerve and serve, he outplayed Murray on key points. He was putting balls into corners and moving Murray side by side, lobbing etc. He really played one of the matches of his life just he did when he beat Federer. The only problem though is that he won't win the final which is a shame.
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