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Andy Murray Retires

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Love Andy and he provided some great memories and moments throughout his career. Just wish he'd reign in the greetin.

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Heart goes out to the guy, certainly the best sportsman scotland has produced.

My pal knew his dad when he ran an rs mcolls. I find judy murray oddly very attractive.

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Such a shame to be going so early, I see some people giving him shit for crying on the radio, but I imagine if you had dedicated the amount of time effort and skill that he has into this profession to then have it all cut short, I imagine you too would be a mess. The guy lives and breathes tennis ffs, of course, he will be upset that you're removing a central pillar from his life. I feel he has been quite unfortunate with the time he came into tennis when there are two other incredible players, maybe in another age, Murray would have gone on to dominate.

Who knows, hope you at least make it to Wimbledon. You have done Scotland proud Andy

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Gave me some of the best sporting moments of my life. Back to back Olympic golds won’t be matched for a long long time if ever. 

Go and enjoy life with the family Andy and fuck the haters. 

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Was expected but still gutted by this. 

Will never support a sportsman the way I did Murray. 

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34 minutes ago, cushynumber said:

 

Very classy, always liked Delpo

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1 hour ago, ritchieshearercaldow said:

It helps though.

Think he had died the way some folk are going on, greetin on radio phone ins.

Its like he's dead in this thread aswell.

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Was brilliant seeing him win Wimbledon.

We offered him a contract to play for us when he was 14. Turned it down to focus on tennis.

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14 minutes ago, Supersonic said:

Was brilliant seeing him win Wimbledon.

We offered him a contract to play for us when he was 14. Turned it down to focus on tennis.

I’d imagine it was his mother that turned it down.

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34 minutes ago, Supersonic said:

Was brilliant seeing him win Wimbledon.

We offered him a contract to play for us when he was 14. Turned it down to focus on tennis.

Prick.

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5 hours ago, left winger said:

Greatest British tennis player, ever, but not strong enough mentally, during matches, to be one of the greatest of all time. Still some career, though.

Thats utter b.s about not being strong enough mentally tbh

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Double Wimbledon champion,double Olympic singles champion and US Open champion says it all.

Hopefully his hip gets better and he can enjoy his life after tennis.

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17 minutes ago, sandyinroyalblue said:

Forgot about the Davis cup as well.

Almost single handedly won that Davis cup for GB. 

Who can forget that final shot to win it. 

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Think I’m the only one here that couldn’t stick him. To be fair it wasn’t so much him as the BBC’s love affair with him. Always referred to as ‘Andy Murray’ not just Andy or just Murray and as for his mother.....ahh just makes me seethe for some reason.

 

Ah feel better now ...

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Pisses me off that clatty wawrinka has the same number of slams as him. 

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2 minutes ago, Docspawn said:

Think I’m the only one here that couldn’t stick him. To be fair it wasn’t so much him as the BBC’s love affair with him. Always referred to as ‘Andy Murray’ not just Andy or just Murray and as for his mother.....ahh just makes me seethe for some reason.

 

Ah feel better now ...

Whit 🤣

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Gave lots of folks magic moments that will last a lifetime. Thought id hit the roof when Novak put that last ball into the net and Andy won Wimbledon. Thanks for the memories Andy!

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3 hours ago, cushynumber said:

That is intensely sad. I feel privileged to have watched him.

Me too.  Honours (knighthoods) and the word legend are scattered about too freely imo but he deserves everything he got for what he did for the British game.  THAT Wimbledon final was beyond brilliant! 

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3 hours ago, RJMcGregor said:

You have done Britain proud Andy

Fixed that for you - he was proud to represent GB so that should be his recognition.  

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4 minutes ago, Sparkle said:

Fixed that for you - he was proud to represent GB so that should be his recognition.  

 

I'll just leave that here

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7 minutes ago, RJMcGregor said:

 

I'll just leave that here

This has nothing to do with politics.  If you think for one minute he wasn’t proud to represent GB as a proud Scot then you need your head looked at.  it is possible to be both - only in the narrow Anglophobic world that your SNP are trying to create is it impossible to be both a proud Scot and a proud Brit.

Here’s a more rounded link for you https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2014/sep/18/andy-murray-gb-davis-cup-scottish-vote

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