Friday, January 29, 2010

Andy Murray talks the talk

Andy Murray
Andy Murray warmed up for the big time with a nice comeback win against Marin Cilic. Cilic played great but Murray played even better. This will either mean that he’s in great form and will crash through Fed or the other guy. (Let’s assume Fed.) or that he’s used up his allotment of magic beans (or spinach etc) and will be flat for the final. Either way he has two days to recover and practise his trick shots and facial expressions. I still think the shot he played in the last game from way outside the tramlines was the best shot of the match despite the lack of open-mouthed reaction (see video below).

Cilic got up close and personal with a fan, luckily no one was kissed but security remains suspect at Tennis Majors. It’s all ok until someone gets stabbed again.

The Chinese remain a threat but the breakthrough is still on hold as Zheng was humiliated and Li Na bravely beaten down by Henin and Serena. With China out it’s now business as usual (or as it was) with Serena and Justine resuming a reasonably fierce rivalry. No doubt the best player will win – whoever that is – but it’s certain that the loser will be less than gracious in defeat. Not that it matters, losers are all but ignored in this sport of champions. Anyway we are still thankful to Li for removing Venus and her underwear.

Video: Andy Murray performs the impossible

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