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Murray becomes a Champion,at last


daz60

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Well after 3/4's of a century Britain has a singles tennis champion,congrats to Murray.

Wonder if Connery and Ferguson's pep talk helped,and a knighthood maybe.!!

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Quickbeam

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Something changed in him after his 2012 Wimbledon defeat and was seen first with the Olympic gold win.

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kad60

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just Champion

forgot the link.

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john bunyan

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Interestingly Salmond etc have said he is the Scottish, not British champion. He did well, whatever he is!

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HondaMan

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Three cheers for Murray!!

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Jock1e

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Maybe now that he has got this one under his belt it will give him the confidence to win others.

We all knew he had it in him he was just lacking the final push.

All we can say is well done Andy and lets have a few more.

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Condom

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Brilliant, brilliant, brilliant.

His new mentor seems to installed that final, Je ne sais quoi, into Murray. It must have been so difficult winning on this surface which is not his best. Djokovic is also one of his best friends and isn't it amazing that they both went to the same Spanish school over 10 years ago.

Sorry Dunblane but as far as I'm concerned Murray will always be from his birthplace, Glasgow

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Bing.alau

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Not one of AitchBEE's new neighbours is he?

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Forum Editor

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"His new mentor seems to installed that final, Je ne sais quoi, into Murray."

It's called the killer instinct. Now he's seen how it works for him I'm sure we'll see him go on to win other championships.

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oresome

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I do believe I saw him smile, albeit briefly, during an interview this morning!

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Bing.alau

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I've seen him smile quite a few times. I know he is the serious type but what's wrong with that?

Most Scots are known as dour and serious people. It takes all sorts to make a World. We would be having a moan if all he ever did was wear a sickly smile for ninety per cent of the time. He would then look a bit like Sean Connery who always seems to have that inane grin on his face.

(Stand back and awaits the flak from Wee Eddie and co. I hope Macscouse's LHO doesn't take offence and join in).

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