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Don Diaz

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Whilst he may not be everyone's cup of Rosy and he certainly isn't the most glamorous or flamboyant player on tour, Britain (or Scotland if you prefer) has a new World number 1 in Andy Murray.

Whatever you think of the bloke I think he desrves a great deal of praise and respect for being the first Brit to ever achieve this status, by beating Novak Djokovic yesterday evening in the final of the ATP world series of the top 8 players in the world. he has lost only a couple of matches since the French Open final in May including winning Wimbledon and the Olympic gold medal along the way.

This is some achievement, well done Murray.
 
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I prefer playing tennis to watching it, although as a kid the Borg/ Mcenroe rivalry was great tv. Most of my life Britain has been pony at tennis on the world stage so hats off to the guy for achieving what he has.
 
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Brilliant final in Australia yesterday morning, between Federer and Nadal. 35 and 30 years old respectively, 5 sets, 3 and half hours. Great to watch respect to both of them.
 
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I prefer playing tennis to watching it, although as a kid the Borg/ Mcenroe rivalry was great tv. Most of my life Britain has been pony at tennis on the world stage so hats off to the guy for achieving what he has.
I saw them play dunno what year?def 70s,my aunt works for posh accountants,and they have debenture seats there,we went qtr finals,I saw borg centre court,and nastasie,billy jean,i remember we also went walkabout and watched mcenroe in the doubles on a tiny outside court.Back then sides of centre court were standing,ofc the aunt&my mum had the posh seat tickets we just squeezed in wherever.Glad to have done it as a kid and in that era,doubt I would go now,even with a free ticket.
Done brands and silverstone GP,twickenham rugby,lords cricket,been in 3 olympic stadiums but never seen an olympics,still on my bucket list as well as an away world cup,yeah thanks fifa,russia&qatar I ll have to go in a wheelchair after them.
 
Don Diaz

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I saw them play dunno what year?def 70s,my aunt works for posh accountants,and they have debenture seats there,we went qtr finals,I saw borg centre court,and nastasie,billy jean,i remember we also went walkabout and watched mcenroe in the doubles on a tiny outside court.Back then sides of centre court were standing,ofc the aunt&my mum had the posh seat tickets we just squeezed in wherever.Glad to have done it as a kid and in that era,doubt I would go now,even with a free ticket.
Done brands and silverstone GP,twickenham rugby,lords cricket,been in 3 olympic stadiums but never seen an olympics,still on my bucket list as well as an away world cup,yeah thanks fifa,russia&qatar I ll have to go in a wheelchair after them.
FIFA will ultimately cave in to the highest bidder, whether they be in China, Middle East Russia or America. It's shocking really and a disgrace at best.
 

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