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Seeing some of his shots, he's lost his head.

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Stopped watching it at 4-1 down fourth set. I think andy on downward slope never going to be top 5 again time to think about his future

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Saw the start, missed the middle, now back watching.  Has he had the trainer on for anything?



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Guardian live blog said he had been asking for ice for his thigh and that he's been barely moving at times. Suspect he's trying to play through whatever it is ... just get this set, Mr Murray, and you can have a few days off. Stepanek is out, so whoever wins gets Bachinger next.

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scottie1 wrote:

Stopped watching it at 4-1 down fourth set. I think andy on downward slope never going to be top 5 again time to think about his future


 In what sense?confuse



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Has not asked for trainer. Haase has had the trainer on though.



-- Edited by DF on Monday 25th of August 2014 07:15:43 PM

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Look like nothing more serious than cramp.

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Serving for the match

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AND HE WINS! . . . never in doubt!!

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Walk in the park. Would have described it as a "run in the park" but by all accounts, running was not in Andy's armoury by the end.

Just glad he got through in the end.

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There are a fair few claims going around by the looks of things about the validity of his injury and how Haase literally just committed the greatest choke of all time.

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Well, if the trend in recent months has been hugely impressive early rounds followed by sudden losses of form, perhaps it's better to have your ugly match early ...

Well done: as is often said, winning when things aren't going well is a much underrated accomplishment.

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I think the cramp was coming from stress. I simply cannot believe that with all the help he has, he went on court less than 100% physically prepared.

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Well, that was good to watch - not. Not helped by the fact I spent most of the match switching between several livestreams trying to find one that was working, and ended up in the final game watching the scoreboard!

Winning ugly is still winning. On to the next round. I thought he said he was back to full strength and fitness? Cramping like that doesn't look like it, but it's better than an injury. I was wondering at first why on earth he didn't call the trainer, but the rules have gone back to saying you can't have the trainer for cramp, haven't they?

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Oh heck - I've just seen that he plays the qualifier Bachinger next. An unknown quantity. Hopefully Andy will be fully fit for that one.

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