Be Disclaimed

"It is no good to try to stop knowledge from going forward. Ignorance is never better than knowledge."
Enrico Fermi

June 22, 2005


26th June

Well Andy Murray put on quite a performance yesterday, despite eventually losing to Nalbandian in the fifth set. Perhaps we will be seeing more of him.

Day four

Well Sania Mirza appears to be a name to watch. Definitely gave Svetlana Kuznetsova some worries.
Today is Andy Murray on No 1 playing Radek Stepanek, and more stressful, Tim Henman playing Dmitry Tursunov.

Update: Well isn't that a turnup for the books. Yes, Andy Murray got through 6-4, 6-4, 6-4, so is in the 3rd round. Do you get the impression that it was just another day for him? Not bad for an 18 year old at his first Wimbledon tournament. Go for it!

Oh well, there goes Tim Henman, out of the tournament in his worst performance in 10 years. To be honest, I don't think that he has the mental focus to win at Wimbledon. He loses concentration far too often. Anyhow, comiserations to Tim.
Yes, its that time of year again...ok, so I missed out on the first two days, so anyhow, day three.

Tim Henman is back to giving people unnecessary levels of stress as he attempts to win matches....why? Why can't he do decent matches? Maybe its me.

Talking of Brits, I see hardly anyone got through the first round...please note, I don't consider Greg Rusedski, because he is Canadian. Congratulations to Andy Murray for proving that there is talent out there.

Also congratulations to Angela Haynes, for proving on her Wimbledon debut that the Williams sisters can be given a stern test. Hope to see you next year.

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