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  1. Enceladus

    2020 Roland Garros 1R: (16) Stan Wawrinka vs (WC) Andy Murray

    ATP H2H: 12-8 for Murray GS H2H: 3-3 tie This match definitely deserves its own thread. Two three-time Grand Slam champions against each other in the 1st round is definitely the most interesting match of the opening round of RG 2020. They played two matches against each other at RG, in 2016...
  2. Enceladus

    2020 Western & Southern Open 2R - [5.] Sascha Zverev vs [WC] Andy Murray

    Sascha and Andy played only one single match against each other, in the 1st round of the 2016 Australian Open, world no. 2 (in then time) Murray won easily in 3 sets. Many things have changed since then - Murray became world No. 1, but then experienced a sharp decline, caused by hip injury...
  3. Enceladus

    Andy Murray may have to go to surgery again

    Sad news for Murray Fans. Andy again has problems with his right hip, he has bone growth in tissue near his hip. Andy decides, whether will undergo another operation. Article:
  4. Enceladus

    Nadal, Murray, Osaka, Andreescu and Gauff are nominated at the 2020 Laureus Awards

    https://www.tennisnet.com/en/news/laureus-award-2020-nadal-murray-andreescu-these-tennis-players-are-nominated https://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/index.php?threads/2020-laureus-awards.663709/ The ceremony will take place in Berlin (Verti Music Hall) on Monday 17 February. Nadal and Osaka were...
  5. Enceladus

    2020 Laureus Awards

    In Berlin on 17 February 2020, will take declared the 21st edition of Laureus Awards, the prize for best athletes and teams for the past year. Laureus Awards are often marked to as 'sports Oscars'. The host will be actress Sharon Stone actor Hugh Grant. Nominees: Sportsman of the Year...
  6. Yugram

    Groin injury forces Andy Murray to cancel two-week training block

    Andy Murray has cancelled his off-season training block in Miami because of a lingering groin injury that has left him presently unable to practise on the court. The three-times grand slam champion suffered a bruise to his pelvic bone during his participation in Great Britain’s Davis Cup...
  7. Enceladus

    Andy Murray threatens his health, says Dr. Hannes Rudiger

    According to Dr. Hannes Rudiger exposes Murray to the risk of blood poisoning if he strains his artificial hip by playing professional tennis.
  8. pedro94

    muryGOAT looking good, will win Au Open...

    ...the ATP 250 Auckland Open. discuss/disgust
  9. TheMaestro1990

    Murray's 100 Best Shots - Tribute video!

    In light of Andy Murray's news of his upcoming retirement, I decided to put together a video of the 100 best shots from his career. I don't know if there are any Murray fans in here (or any in the world for that matter ;) ), but I thought it would be an enjoyable watch for most tennis enthusiats...
  10. C

    "Andy Murray's crying moment at Washington - It was something had been building up for quite a long

    Andy's interview with Prime after the Duckworth match where he talks about the Washington moment (very nice and kind words form Daniela) and how people have come up to him and talk to him about it despite the (stupid) conventional idea that showing emotions on court is a sign of weakness, which...
  11. eman11

    Andy Murray Shoes

    I was certain they weren't for sale, but I just happened to stumble upon this site... real thing or just a scam kind of thing?
  12. Fedeonic

    A "freak" stat from Federer

    Federer reached 6 times the summit of the Rankings, in the week before, he won a tournament 5 times before reaching the World N°1: 1) 2/2/04: Won Aus Open the week before. 2) 6/7/09: Won Wimbledon the week before. 3) 9/7/12: Won Wimbledon the week before. 4) 19/2/18: Won Rotterdam the week...
  13. EloQuent

    77 or 36? aka "Male Player"

    Andy Murray uses the number 77 as a personal logo/slogan, because he was the first British player to win Wimbledon in 77 years. Except, that's not actually true, is it? Virginia Wade won in 1977. That's 36 years before 2013.
  14. MS_07

    100

    As chokovic is officially outta race, Can Bafa Nada make it a 100 titles? IMO, If he wins 3-4 clay and 1-2 outside it , and more USO_2017 like epic draws, he has serious chance of making it. He's ~32 I believe he has 4-5 years left in him ..
  15. gogo

    SOOOOO excited! I've got the same ugly Christmas sweater as Andy Murray!

    Well, ok, it has striped sleeves and the battery pack is missing, BUT it only cost $7!! So I bought two! (Yes, my aspirations aren't very high!) Woo-ha! Merry Christmas everyone!! I hope you all get to spend wonderful time with your loved ones. If it's not so wonderful for you this year, I...
  16. Backspin1183

    Who else thinks the ATP Facebook page is over posting about Federer and Nadal?

    I am a fan of Nadal and Roger's my (distant) second favourite player. It's nice to read about them. But, surely tennis isn't just about them. I am getting a bit fed up of constant Fedal posts on the ATP Facebook page like other players aren't worth talking about. 'Look what Roger Federer did...
  17. MS_07

    Why world is so cruel to rafa nadal ?

    World gave him a fair chance at USO. He won it without facing any top 25 player. But now look at China - 500 draw ... R 32 - lucas poille (#23) R 16 - khachanov (#32) QF - isner (#17) SF - dimitrov (#8) / jmdp (#24) / RBA (#13) F - Nick (#20) / m zverev (#26) / PCB (#10) / berdie...
  18. MS_07

    Rafa Joker and "weak era"

    Let's assume that any 2 of Nishikori (clay + HC) / Milos (HC + grass) / Dimitrov (HC + grass) / Thiem (clay + HC) are as talented as Rafa / Joker and they start winning slams when they're anywhere between 19-22. Then how many lesser slams Rafa/ joker might end up with ? By the age of 25 joker...
  19. MS_07

    Last Slam winner without beating top 25 ??

    When was the last time this happened ? R1 #85 Lajo R2 #121 Taro R3 #59 L. Mayo R4 #65 Dolgo QF #53 Rublo SF #28 DelPo F #32 Ando :eek:
  20. J

    Both Djokovic and Murray should skip the rest of 2017

    Granted, we don't know the details of their medical conditions, but any chronic injury to a limb is potentially career-ending in tennis. A long-term sore arm or elbow that forces a player to quit in the most important tournament of the year is pretty obviously a time bomb. The same is true of an...
  21. J

    More disastrous 2017 at No. 1: Kerber or Murray?

    Both Kerber and Murray entered 2017 as slightly surprising but seemingly strong No. 1s, based on impressive 2016 seasons. Since then, they have nosedived spectacularly. Kerber is actually ranked No. 1 at the moment only because of Serena's maternity leave. Murray continues to hold the top spot...
  22. Fedeonic

    Murray's great touch to save match point

    Sir Andrew Murray dedicates with love this point for those who dishonour him by calling the Saviour a "talentless pusher"
  23. -NN-

    Who was your 2016 #1: Murray or Djokovic?

    From Open: An Autobiography by Andre Agassi: " 'I couldn't care less. Pete is number one, no matter what some computer says. Pete won two Slams this year and he won our showdown in New York. Besides, I still don't give a rat's ass about being number one; would have been nice, wasn't my goal.'...
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