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By:
Layton_Knewit
When: 11 Jul 18 19:01
Andy sounds like he just played a 5-setter and retired at 12-11 while serving for the match.
By:
Journeyman
When: 11 Jul 18 19:06
Lol. This tb is so massive with nadal having the pressure of knowing RF is out and Del Potro an inspirational player that would feed off any sign of weakness
By:
Angela Rebecchi
When: 11 Jul 18 19:07
1 set a piece !
By:
Layton_Knewit
When: 11 Jul 18 19:08
Allezz DelPo, class breaker that.
By:
The Bhoys
When: 11 Jul 18 19:11
How fit is del potro tho?
By:
Journeyman
When: 11 Jul 18 19:17
Nadal stumbling late in that breaker exactly the kind of well he can draw new energy from
By:
wisewords
When: 11 Jul 18 19:20
why is Rafa such a heavy favourite? 1.55 when the match is looking 50/50, or even Del Potro with the edge
By:
Journeyman
When: 11 Jul 18 19:28
I guess it's his record rather than the actual play.
For sure Del Potro has his tail up and Nadal not looking totally settled
By:
wisewords
When: 11 Jul 18 19:30
he also threw away set 2. can't be good psychologically
By:
The Bhoys
When: 11 Jul 18 19:33
Yea but this is a long game and nadal is always guna be physically fitter than del potro
By:
Layton_Knewit
When: 11 Jul 18 19:36
Because Joe McGambler buys into the brand. 50%-ish interest rate on that glorified claycourter looks like an interesting investment for a casual Wink
By:
Journeyman
When: 11 Jul 18 19:37
The Federer news filtering through mid-match surely had a lot to do with that cracking in the tie break
He can't help but be somewhat affected by adjusting to the opportunity

And the hustler in Del Potro picked up on that immediately
By:
wisewords
When: 11 Jul 18 19:54

Jul 11, 2018 -- 7:20PM, wisewords wrote:


why is Rafa such a heavy favourite? 1.55 when the match is looking 50/50, or even Del Potro with the edge


bizarre pricing

By:
SabineIsGOAT
When: 11 Jul 18 19:55
roger and rafa's massive egos couldn't bear the thought of being overshadowed by the world cup final so they're just not gonna bother playing on Sunday
By:
mesmerised
When: 11 Jul 18 19:55
Win or lose, Delpo is just looking forward to his hug at the net
By:
Journeyman
When: 11 Jul 18 19:58
Murray's commentary style is quite refreshing and considered, compared to Becker's endless soundbites.
By:
wisewords
When: 11 Jul 18 20:01
Nadal diving all over the place to no avail
By:
wisewords
When: 11 Jul 18 20:16
Nadal breaks. wow
By:
Journeyman
When: 11 Jul 18 20:25
Del Potro still playing at a high level, Nadal much more settled now.
Good tussle this
By:
wisewords
When: 11 Jul 18 20:35
yes they both badly want this one
By:
The Bhoys
When: 11 Jul 18 20:40
Nadal a big price  delpo looks cooked
By:
Journeyman
When: 11 Jul 18 20:52
Wow Grin
By:
Journeyman
When: 11 Jul 18 20:56
Best game this. Del Potro channeling the flamboyance of Henri leconte, Nadal also showing plenty of touch.
The result some very watchable old school grass court magic
By:
wisewords
When: 11 Jul 18 21:20
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By:
wisewords
When: 11 Jul 18 21:29
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By:
Journeyman
When: 11 Jul 18 21:33
Fk the soccerball. this is the sport of gods
By:
winningthought
When: 11 Jul 18 21:42
Andy seething he has to commentate on this instead of watching his beloved England.
By:
wisewords
When: 11 Jul 18 21:43

Jul 11, 2018 -- 9:42PM, winningthought wrote:


Andy seething he has to commentate on this instead of watching his beloved England.


Crazy

By:
Journeyman
When: 11 Jul 18 21:44
Lol WT. Tiger Tim is clearly watching England on his smartphone.
Murray keeps asking him questions to distract him.
By:
winningthought
When: 11 Jul 18 21:46
Grin

Sir Timmy has sounded a bit awkward today.
By:
alun2005
When: 11 Jul 18 21:52
Revolting scenes at the end as a tramp is allowed to change his soiled clothing on Centre Court.
By:
Journeyman
When: 11 Jul 18 21:54
Nadal powers through and I don't see Djokovic giving him as much of a challenge as that.

Well played both.
By:
mesmerised
When: 11 Jul 18 22:08
Isner or Anderson in the final, enough to drive any returner to drink
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