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JimmyT 8:57 Fri Jan 11
Andy Murray retiring
Either next week when he gets knocked out in the first round of the Australian Open or at this year’s Wimbledon.

One of Britain’s greatest ever sportsmen.

Turned himself into a winner in an era of some of the greatest players in tennis history.

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Chigwell 11:44 Sat Jan 12
Re: Andy Murray retiring
I remember Murray's first televised Wimbledon match, against Nalbandian in 2005. He would have won it except he wasn't strong enough for a 5-setter. His backhand looked as secure as any I had seen. He then spent 6 years or so building his game and his physique to eliminate weaknesses. He may have had the advantage of parents able and willing to fund his early training, but after that it was all hard graft on his part.

Valley Hammer 11:40 Sat Jan 12
Re: Andy Murray retiring
HairyHammer 9:52 Sat Jan 12

Exactly.

Tomshardware 11:33 Sat Jan 12
Re: Andy Murray retiring
Difficult to compare. Murray's won 3 grand slams playing in an era with Federer, Djokovic and Nadal. People talk about the likes of Borg and Rod Lager but they were playing in a much slower paced game with less power.

Sampras was a Supreme player at his best.

Percy Dalton 11:20 Sat Jan 12
Re: Andy Murray retiring
Hairy Hammer
One of the greatest players the world has ever seen.
You sure.
He's not in the top twenty by a long shot.

1964 11:14 Sat Jan 12
Re: Andy Murray retiring
Crying because he's retiring as a multi zillion rich boy.

Oh well.

ChillTheKeel 9:55 Sat Jan 12
Re: Andy Murray retiring
he always closes his eyes and looks up to heaven, as if to say "that was for you guys".

......

Have a fucking word.

I'd say it's more down to the fact he was still being breast fed by his old dear in his 20s
Despite that, and his soppy tears, I've nothing buy admiration for what he achieved, especially given the competition.

HairyHammer 9:52 Sat Jan 12
Re: Andy Murray retiring
Put it this way he will go down in history as the greatest British tennis player ever and if anyone say's Fred Perry they deserve to be fucked by a horse.

All this bollocks about him being a dour Scotsman is jealousy I fucking wish West ham had a few dour but brilliant hard working footballers that would kill themselves to get a ball like Murray does.
From a child hiding away from an evil nonce gunmen to one of the greatest tennis players the world will ever see I can see a film about his life in the offing one day, he fucking rocked this Nation those who think tennis is not tough enough can look at what Murray did to his body .

Seriously though Fuck all the haters.

PwoperNaughtyButNot 8:09 Sat Jan 12
Re: Andy Murray retiring
When it looked like he wouldn’t make it he was a miserable Scot

Things changed and he retires as a British legend

Alfs 3:36 Sat Jan 12
Re: Andy Murray retiring
Many people forget that he was also a survivor of the Dunblane massacre when he was a little kid. That must have been a pretty traumatising experience for anyone to recover from.

If you look, after a big victory he always closes his eyes and looks up to heaven, as if to say "that was for you guys".

I admire the man, but then I'm not an envious, bitter cunt like a few on here.

eusebiovic 11:28 Fri Jan 11
Re: Andy Murray retiring
Can't knock him he did well to compete with Djorkovic/Federer/Nadal - any other era he would have cleaned up a lot more titles.

Plus never thought I'd see the day a British player won Wimbledon - the last one Fred Perry won before him was 36 years before I was born.

So good on him for doing that because it had long gone past the point of an embarrassment

tr3bor 11:04 Fri Jan 11
Re: Andy Murray retiring
Good, tosser

Crassus 10:23 Fri Jan 11
Re: Andy Murray retiring
Utter boring Scotcher cunt sprung from the loins of a self serving she devil

Played a shit but grotesquely elistist game reasonably, I hear

Over all, fresh out of fucks given, beyond hoping thats the last time the dullard appears uninvited upon my radio blabbing his soppy bollox off

The cunt

stirlinghammer 9:43 Fri Jan 11
Re: Andy Murray retiring
Going to miss his uplifting happy go lucky persona

Alex G 9:25 Fri Jan 11
Re: Andy Murray retiring
We best make the most of the remaining opportunities to shout "Come on Tim" at him.

Mikey P 9:24 Fri Jan 11
Re: Andy Murray retiring
Legend.

Sven Roeder 9:22 Fri Jan 11
Re: Andy Murray retiring
Why?
He is Britain’s number 1 sportsman*
Unlike Harry Kane he has actually won things

*I’m excluding all the Somalians, Kenyans and blokes who drive cars around in a circle

Lertie Button 9:21 Fri Jan 11
Re: Andy Murray retiring
Easily my favourite ever British tennis player, the only winner

Percy Dalton 9:19 Fri Jan 11
Re: Andy Murray retiring
Can't believe this was second in the main news today.
I thought he retired a year ago.The miserable English hating jock.

E3 7:00 Fri Jan 11
Re: Andy Murray retiring
All a bit over dramatic from Andy

Tomsdad 6:56 Fri Jan 11
Re: Andy Murray retiring
Don't feel sorry for him, he's fucking loaded and could spend the rest of his life on a carribean beach, if he wanted to!

Not even in the top ten of greatest players!

terry-h 6:53 Fri Jan 11
Re: Andy Murray retiring
Any Old Iron 2:13
Exactly. Embarrassing performance in public by a very boring man.

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