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Post by noleisthebest on Sun Jan 31, 2016 7:06 pm

Not sure what positives Murray could take. To run longer and hit harder?

I read that Wilander said Murray "needs to drag Djokovic down to his level"....that sounded familiar.

Djokovic is too inteligent for that. Plus Murray simply can't sustain his physicality over 5 sets.

He also has too many holes in his game.

From what I saw, he only "appears" dangerous in that matchup.
There is really nothing he can  beat Djokovic with in his game.

He can maybe outlast him if he is injured or stg, or in some less important match...

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Post by Daniel on Sun Jan 31, 2016 8:28 pm

I do believe that 5 finals and 0 titles at a single slam is a new record.  Mental midget Murray.
  His final to win ratio is abysmal.

Although Borg went 0-4 at US.

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Post by noleisthebest on Sun Jan 31, 2016 8:40 pm

I think you are being a bit hard on Murray.

He is busting at seams and it's still not enough. You can't blame him for not trying, someone has to lose..

Unlike in Nole-Nadal early matches where Nole would often squander opportunities and leads, you can't say the same for Murray. He is like a dog on a short lead. Only able to bark.

As you said, he's done well to get those two slams, Olympic gold and Davis Cup. I think he's actually done brilliantly.

Let's also not forget how snobbish Britain is when it comes to tennis circles.

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Post by Daniel on Sun Jan 31, 2016 9:40 pm

He's a mental midget.  He always has been.  If he had any strength of character he'd have won at least 4 slams by now - but he hasn't got it.  He screams and shouts and has no concentration. It's a wonder he even won 1.  In big moments in finals, he needs the best to not perform.  And when they do - he screams and bitches and loses.

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