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1 minute ago, Callum Gilhooley said:

Big fella Isn’t just all about his serve, got a sublime touch around the net . 

He's been outstanding tonight, hardly missed a shot and almost all winners.

1 minute ago, Callum Gilhooley said:

In English please . 

It's not his first language, "drivel" is his first language.  

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Isner, surprisingly, has maintained a very high level, he usually drops and players then start to take him apart.

Nothing much on offer for Murray on the Isner serve at the minute.

Got to hang in. 

PS Just been mentioned Isner has only had 2 double faults.

When you're serving at this pace that's some stat. 

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1 hour ago, elvis said:

Who the f**k calls that tennis bore you to tears.

I am with you on this one, Elvis. Dull, dull, dull when Isner is serving. A bit more interesting when Murray serves,

I watched Norrie this afternoon, much more entertaining match that had  a good ebb and flo to it with lots of rallies.

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9 minutes ago, ianmac said:

I am with you on this one, Elvis. Dull, dull, dull when Isner is serving. A bit more interesting when Murray serves,

I watched Norrie this afternoon, much more entertaining match that had  a good ebb and flo to it with lots of rallies.

Murray is a fighter. 

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9 minutes ago, faraway saint said:

Murray takes the third on the tie break. :happyclapper(7-3)

It seems Isner doesn't win ALL his tie breaks. :lol:

GAME ON. :thumbs2

Let's see if Isner can keep it up now. :wink:

I never said he win all sets in tie breaks you dumb twat just that his games tend to full of 7/6 games as he's a hard player to break serve 

I thought you were a tennis expert :lol:

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9 minutes ago, faraway saint said:

What about the ball boy CATCHING the ball?

Can you imagine, replay the point, it all goes wrong and he's out. :lol:

The ball boy certainly shouldn’t have caught the ball but in fairness to Isner he knew the point was lost and didn’t complain too much…..imagine that was a McEnroe or Kyrgios, fireworks everywhere!!

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5 minutes ago, WeeBud said:

The ball boy certainly shouldn’t have caught the ball but in fairness to Isner he knew the point was lost and didn’t complain too much…..imagine that was a McEnroe or Kyrgios, fireworks everywhere!!

Djokovic, I'd imagine, would be another who might have made something of it.

You'll never see that ball boy again. :byebye

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