At last! A different final.

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  1. Paul Murphy

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    At last, the final of a major without Nadal or Djokovic.
    I like both those players but their mortgage on recent finals has been a little tedious.
    Looking forward to Fed/Murray.
     
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  2. frinton

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    I agree completely (on that part) :)
     
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  3. jokinla

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    Ironic that had Djoker won, it would have been the first time since 02 that the Wimbledon final didn't have either Fed or Nadal, so while it's a recent change, it's still somewhat familiar for Wimbledon.
     
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  4. Sentinel

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    Sorry, your logic fails. You cannot say Fed OR Nadal.
    Fed has not been in a final since 2009, so it is not familiar.

    What's good is that we will have 3 different slam winners this year. If Sunday's loser can win the USO, then we'll have 4 different winners.
     
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  5. Xavier G

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    I'm surprised neither Djokovic nor Nadal made the final. I like the Federer-Murray matchup abyway. Fed is my favourite player nowadays, but may the best man win. Murray has the chance to make that final step and win a Major.
     
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  6. jokinla

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    Sure thing pal, I "cannot say Fed", because in the last 10 Wimbledon finals, he's been in 8, but good point, I "cannot say Fed", now get back to work, I think the slushee machine is broke again.
     
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  7. jokinla

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    Can I say Fed now??????????
     
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