Lendl: "I have big plans for Andy. He is about 20% there."

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  1. nethawkwenatchee

    nethawkwenatchee Professional

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    Yes, he did withdraw with injury in the final against Andy.
     
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  2. nethawkwenatchee

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    He had also lost to Ferrer and Janko Tipsy in the WTF but he was the king of hardcourts over the past 15 + months for sure.
     
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    He also retired at 0-3 in the 2nd set as he was about to be bagelled but bailed out like a coward.
     
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  4. zagor

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    One of the best I've read here in quite a while although I do feel that this year Murray did find the best "middle ground" (so far) between offense and defense (he especially dictates play with his FH much more often and doesn't always go CC like he used to)...

    ...and the usual nonsensical drivel.

    Keeping in mind that this is the same guy that glorifies Goran (of all people) as an amazing grasscourt competition for his hero, the irony is downright hilarious.
     
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