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You designed the layout of your lounge didn't you?

 

Hark at you, LLB. The price you pay for an all glass wall, I guess

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Novak on another level here.

 

Sometimes I think if you peel his skin away there's a terminator like skeleton underneath.

 

Murray looks like he's played 4 sets, Djokovic looks as fresh as a daisy!

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Novak on another level here.

 

Sometimes I think if you peel his skin away there's a terminator like skeleton underneath.

 

Murray looks like he's played 4 sets, Djokovic looks as fresh as a daisy!

 

 

He's Iceman out of Top Gun.

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No shame really. Both men were going for records. Djokovic for 3 in a row and Murray for the first man to win a Slam after his first one, so odds were against him.

 

Better player overall and on the day won.

 

At the moment, Andy really needs to be at his best and Novak to be a bit below par for him to win.

 

I came to this match late. Was Murray injured? He certainly wasn't moving great. Not looking for excuses but if you're injured you can't be at your best.

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