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PostSubject: The British mentality...   Sun Jul 07, 2013 5:09 pm

Just read that Andy Murray said that it was "an enormous challenge" to beat the No.1 seed..

Hardly the right mental focus if you want to win, you have to think and say you can win to yourself and others.

When I played Pool on the circuit I never thought I could not win even when playing Maltese Joe at the Archway venue, I beat him despite being classed as the unknown underdog, and may I say I beat him good and proper.

There are times when the terribly English respectful nature needs to be adjusted, we bare fools far tool well and get trodden on because of it.

We need more of the Lion Heart...

 Murray is a gifted player and a fighter but needs to believe more in himself, when he played the Pole in the last round (sorry, forgot his name) he showed flashes of brilliant talent which would beat any one...

Even tho he's a dour faced Scotsman... Smile
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PostSubject: Re: The British mentality...   Sun Jul 07, 2013 6:04 pm

cant stand the man

but i hope he wins today - even if it is just to shut up every wimbledon commentator who drones on about there never being a british winner since 1745 etc etc blah blah.
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PostSubject: Re: The British mentality...   Sun Jul 07, 2013 10:28 pm

He is a dour bastard that's for sure...

Only trouble if he wins he will be on TV every second for a month or two Sad
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