Final for Murray then, 1st British man in 74 years to reach them...
come on murray
would be so sweet to deny fedex his return to the top
A Murray title would be fantastic. 74 years. They'll shut down England!
This is quite good reading in anticipation of the finals: http://thebarnstormer.com/blood-sweat-and-years/
Love the title: "Blood, Sweat, and Years: How Hitler, Hollywood, sweatbands, popped collars and liquid robots star in one of sportís greatest grail quests. It's Wimbledon folks."
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Since the match starts in under 1 hour, why are the feeds not up yet??
My bad they JUST came up!
Would be nice to see Murray win for the scots but I dont like the guy so I hope he gets battered.
Oh and its another Majestic goal.....
They never lose!
Can't stand Murray or the Scottish in general...come on Federer!
I also remember a quote from him when asked who he wanted to win the football world cup, his reply. "Any team but England".
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That's a football thing, I never want England to win, down to the media though. I have nothing against the players (Apart for the Terry's and Cole's) or the nation in itself.
His comments were actually said in jest. At the end of the day, he's Scottish.
I take people on face value, have no real interest in Tennis, not like i did when i was a youngster.It was also reported that Murray had worn a Paraguay shirt on the day of England's World Cup match with the South American team.
Murray explained that his comments were said in jest during a light-hearted interview with sports columnist Maurice Russo, who asked him if he would be supporting Scotland in the World Cup, in the knowledge that Scotland had failed to qualify for the tournament.Sports journalist Des Kelly wrote that another tabloid had later "lifted a couple of [the comments] into a 'story' that took on a life of its own and from there the truth was lost" and that he despaired over the "nonsensical criticism".
Murray protested that he is "not anti-English and never was" and he expressed disappointment over England's subsequent elimination by Portugal. In an interview with Nicky Campbell on BBC Radio 5 Live, Tim Henman confirmed that the remarks had been made in jest and were only in response to Murray being teased by Kelly and Henman.
In an interview with Gabby Logan for the BBC's Inside Sport programme, Murray said that he was both Scottish and British and was comfortable and happy with his British identity. He said he saw no conflict between the two and was equally proud of them. He has also pointed out that he is quarter English with some of his family originating from Newcastle, and that his girlfriend, Kim Sears, is English.
This is a very enthralling match!
great match so far.....and federer seems to loose it.good day for tennis
and of course thanks for streaming
Security has been put on alert over rumours that John Terry is preparing to lift the trophy.
"It's all fun and games until someone gets hurt. Then it's a sport."