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Post by Guest on 21.06.14 22:17

Have we been knocked out yet?
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Post by ChippyM on 23.06.14 18:03

No, Andy Murray / England won today  big grin

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Post by Guest on 23.06.14 18:35

Mrs 

That Grigor Dimitrov is a bit of alright  big grin   Good win today!
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Post by Guest on 23.06.14 18:42

Djokovic just won his match.
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Post by sallypelt on 23.06.14 18:46

@ChippyM wrote:No, Andy Murray / England won today  big grin
Oh dear, Chippy,  you are sailing close to the wind. Andy Murray is Scottish or British, not English  titter  exalt

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Post by MaybeMaybenot on 23.06.14 18:48

Any blue bags been seen

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Post by Guest on 23.06.14 18:49

candyfloss wrote:Mrs 

That Grigor Dimitrov is a bit of alright  big grin   Good win today!
And you a married woman too. I shall report you to the hubster without further ado  shame on you

When's McEnroe playing?
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Post by Guest on 23.06.14 18:52

@admin wrote:
candyfloss wrote:Mrs 

That Grigor Dimitrov is a bit of alright  big grin   Good win today!
And you a married woman too. I shall report you to the hubster without further ado  shame on you

When's McEnroe playing?

Later in the week, he still plays in the over 40's tournament. big grin He's very enjoyable to watch nowadays, mellowed somewhat  Mrs 

Don't think I stand a chance with Grigor, not against Maria Sharapova  titter
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Post by ChippyM on 24.06.14 12:09

@sallypelt wrote:
@ChippyM wrote:No, Andy Murray / England won today  big grin
Oh dear, Chippy,  you are sailing close to the wind. Andy Murray is Scottish or British, not English  titter  exalt

 I suppose I shoud have tried harder to find a suitable 'sarcasm' smiley Sallypelt!  winkwink

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Post by PeterMac on 24.06.14 12:31

@sallypelt wrote:
Oh dear, Chippy,  you are sailing close to the wind. Andy Murray is Scottish or British, not English  titter  exalt
For those who are not from Great Britain, the rule is very simple and clear.

If you WIN you are British
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If you LOSE, you are Scottish, or Irish, or Welsh, or from Cornwall, or from Yorkshire . . .

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Post by Woofer on 24.06.14 13:10

My favourite      


Still a bit of alright 
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Post by tigger on 24.06.14 14:51

@PeterMac wrote:
@sallypelt wrote:
Oh dear, Chippy,  you are sailing close to the wind. Andy Murray is Scottish or British, not English  titter  exalt
For those who are not from Great Britain, the rule is very simple and clear.

If you WIN you are British
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If you LOSE, you are Scottish, or Irish, or Welsh, or from Cornwall, or from Yorkshire . . .
- and the sun was in your eyes.

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Post by Woofer on 02.07.14 17:57

Murray`s out  laughat
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Post by PeterMac on 02.07.14 18:00

Summer 2014
World Cup
Wimbledon

What's next ?
Makes one look forward to the Boat Race, where an English crew always wins

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Post by Guest on 02.07.14 18:00

Ooops! Not to worry, I like Dimitrov  Mrs 
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Post by Woofer on 02.07.14 18:13

@PeterMac wrote:Summer 2014
World Cup
Wimbledon

What's next ?
Makes one look forward to the Boat Race, where an English crew always wins

Not done well in cricket either have they?
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Post by ultimaThule on 02.07.14 19:00

Murray soundly thrashed in 3 straight sets - a dismal performance in front of the premier royal couple. So much for the pundits salivating at the prospect of him repeating what was little more than a fluke last year and I predict he'll won't win Wimbledon again.

Rafa is back home in Mallorca and Roger is through to the semis on Friday. Federer is an exceptionally elegant player and I'd so love him to win another Wimbledon title before he retires.
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Post by Woofer on 02.07.14 19:03

@ultimaThule wrote:Murray soundly thrashed in 3 straight sets - a dismal performance in front of the premier royal couple.  So much for the pundits salivating at the prospect of him repeating what was little more than a fluke last year and I predict he'll won't win Wimbledon again.    

Rafa is back home in Mallorca and Roger is through to the semis on Friday.  Federer is an exceptionally elegant player and I'd so love him to win another Wimbledon title before he retires.

Apparently his Mum wasn`t there - Radio 4 hinting earlier that could be why.
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Post by Guest on 02.07.14 19:06

@Woofer wrote:
@ultimaThule wrote:Murray soundly thrashed in 3 straight sets - a dismal performance in front of the premier royal couple.  So much for the pundits salivating at the prospect of him repeating what was little more than a fluke last year and I predict he'll won't win Wimbledon again.    

Rafa is back home in Mallorca and Roger is through to the semis on Friday.  Federer is an exceptionally elegant player and I'd so love him to win another Wimbledon title before he retires.

Apparently his Mum wasn`t there - Radio 4 hinting earlier that could be why.

I saw her there.
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Post by plebgate on 02.07.14 19:08

@ultimaThule wrote:Murray soundly thrashed in 3 straight sets - a dismal performance in front of the premier royal couple.  So much for the pundits salivating at the prospect of him repeating what was little more than a fluke last year and I predict he'll won't win Wimbledon again.    

Rafa is back home in Mallorca and Roger is through to the semis on Friday.  Federer is an exceptionally elegant player and I'd so love him to win another Wimbledon title before he retires.
Was saying the same earlier to some friends.

Murray out but never mind his mother will be on tv this autumn/winter as a competitor in SCD apparently so we can still watch the Murrays being competitive.   YAY not.

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Post by Five Star on 02.07.14 19:15

More of a sign Dimitrov can win Wimbledon easy imo
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Post by ultimaThule on 02.07.14 19:21

@plebgate wrote:
@ultimaThule wrote:Murray soundly thrashed in 3 straight sets - a dismal performance in front of the premier royal couple.  So much for the pundits salivating at the prospect of him repeating what was little more than a fluke last year and I predict he'll won't win Wimbledon again.    

Rafa is back home in Mallorca and Roger is through to the semis on Friday.  Federer is an exceptionally elegant player and I'd so love him to win another Wimbledon title before he retires.
Was saying the same earlier to some friends.

Murray out but never mind his mother will be on tv this autumn/winter as a competitor in SCD apparently so we can still watch the Murrays being competitive.   YAY not.

That will cheer us up not in the winter months, plebgate, but Judy will have strong competition in the form of another Scot who will be struggling to prevail in a game that has been long in the making.  big grin
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Post by Woofer on 02.07.14 21:03

candyfloss wrote:
@Woofer wrote:
@ultimaThule wrote:Murray soundly thrashed in 3 straight sets - a dismal performance in front of the premier royal couple.  So much for the pundits salivating at the prospect of him repeating what was little more than a fluke last year and I predict he'll won't win Wimbledon again.    

Rafa is back home in Mallorca and Roger is through to the semis on Friday.  Federer is an exceptionally elegant player and I'd so love him to win another Wimbledon title before he retires.

Apparently his Mum wasn`t there - Radio 4 hinting earlier that could be why.

I saw her there.

Yep, but she wasn`t there during the first set - only arrived during the 2nd set.  See what wimbledot says at about 27:40 mins.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b047zrl1
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Post by ultimaThule on 03.07.14 17:13

Judy Muirray says 'form is temporary, class in permanent' and it seems to me that, in common with another well-known Scot whose name eludes me, her son has form for having no class:: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2679018/What-happened-five-minutes-Andy-Murrays-match-He-heard-shout-five-minutes-game-lost-three-sets.html
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Post by tigger on 03.07.14 17:33

 
@ultimaThule wrote:Judy Muirray says 'form is temporary, class in permanent' and it seems to me that, in common with another well-known Scot whose name eludes me, her son has form for having no class:: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2679018/What-happened-five-minutes-Andy-Murrays-match-He-heard-shout-five-minutes-game-lost-three-sets.html

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