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Re: New balls please.

Reply #330
No Andy Murray, World Cup is on, finding it hard to give any f*cks about Wimbledon this year.
(apart from the extra idiots crowding my daily commute).

I do appreciate Tricky's updates though, just in case anything worth checking out happens.


Re: New balls please.

Reply #331
Jay Clarke, the young d*rby player, has just taken Ernest Gulbis (former top ten player) into a deciding set.  Wild card justified already!

Re: New balls please.

Reply #332
Konta: Appears to be not at it, and on the verge of going out with a whimper.

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Reply #333
It's like the old days! No British women left after the second round. Only one (Edmund) left in the Mens. No local interest in the second week again?

No wonder the great British public don't much like tennis.  We're sh!t (Great Scot! aside).

Re: New balls please.

Reply #334
Tennis is just dull to watch, nowadays. No getting past that.

Re: New balls please.

Reply #335
I do not find it in the least dull.  Quite the opposite.  This is the golden era of mens tennis.  There have been so many amazing matches. For over a decade. The balance of skill and athleticism is unprecedented across so many tightly matched competitors in elite level solo sport. 

Anyone in the top 100 is a hell of a player.