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He is currently 145 in the world and is in the Final of a Challenger event in New York state, which is a 2nd string event(the events you do before you are on the main tour). He should get into the top 100 this year.

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He is currently 145 in the world and is in the Final of a Challenger event in New York state, which is a 2nd string event(the events you do before you are on the main tour). He should get into the top 100 this year.

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Is he any good at football? :unsure:

The reason I ask is that he's bound to hit the net a few more times than we've been doing recently.

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He won the Challenger event. He does seem a bit of a player. Hopefully over the next few years Wimbledon will turn into a Tennent's and chips fest rather than Pimm's and strawberries!

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Here was me thinking Bry was about to tell us he'd changed his name! ;)

He has a wildcard to the Cinncinati event next week and will obviously play at the US Open because he's junior champion.

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...and has drawn Taylor Dent in the first round at Cinncinati - the American won't be looking forward to that after their match at Queens :)

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He won the Challenger event. He does seem a bit of a player. Hopefully over the next few years Wimbledon will turn into a Tennent's and chips fest rather than Pimm's and strawberries!

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Sounds good to me :)

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Andy Murray's match against taylor dent is on sky sports extra after rusedski's match incase anyone is interested. Rusedski's match started at 6.

Seems as though play has been suspended.

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He's had the trainer on already.

I'm beginning to dislike Murray with his constant excuses and refusing to go through the pain barrier.

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to be fair he has had quite a few games in the last months it is wear and tear

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Thought he was poor last night. Even the second set Safin self destructed.

Hopefully a warning to stop people getting carried away. Still a long way to go before he is the real deal.

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Thought he was poor last night. Even the second set Safin self destructed.

Hopefully a warning to stop people getting carried away. Still a long way to go before he is the real deal.

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Safin is world number 4 the best player he has played, i think your being a bit harsh as in round 1 he beat the world number 22.

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Safin is world number 4  the best player he has played,  i think your being a bit harsh as in round 1 he beat the world number 22.

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But it was a very rusty Safin, who looked short of confidence and was far below his World Number 4 form.

You have to be critical of bad performances if you are to praise highly good performances.

I didnt think he played well.

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But it was a very rusty Safin, who looked short of confidence and was far below his World Number 4 form.

You have to be critical of bad performances if you are to praise highly good performances.

I didnt think he played well.

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He may not have played well, but in the general scheme of things he is on target for the top 100 by next year.

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He may not have played well, but in the general scheme of things he is on target for the top 100 by next year.

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Yes, thats fine. He is doing very well.

The fact he has so much to work on in his game is a positive. It would be a worry if you couldn't see where he could improve.

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Yes, thats fine. He is doing very well.

The fact he has so much to work on in his game is a positive. It would be a worry if you couldn't see where he could improve.

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very true, he needs work on a few things and his fitness. if he gets qualifies for the US Open and wins a challenger or two and wins a few rounds of events he is invited to he will reach his target.

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