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Date: 19 Jan 2009 16:23:34
From: Patrick Kehoe
Subject: Melting Murray
Will the heat bother Murray? Brits are not exactly raised in tropic
heat...

P




 
Date: 20 Jan 2009 01:28:30
From: Dave Hazelwood
Subject: Re: Melting Murray
On Mon, 19 Jan 2009 16:23:34 -0800 (PST), Patrick Kehoe
<pkehoe@telus.net > wrote:

>Will the heat bother Murray? Brits are not exactly raised in tropic
>heat...
>
>P

If he gets to play Fed, Roger will have him hopping til he's a
dropping.


 
Date: 20 Jan 2009 12:27:12
From: DavidW
Subject: Re: Melting Murray
Patrick Kehoe wrote:
> Will the heat bother Murray? Brits are not exactly raised in tropic
> heat...

I don't know, but I am surprised that the heat rule has not been invoked. It's
a stinker of a day here. It was 33C at 10.00 am, 36 at 11.00 and 38 at midday.
Murray would be roasting if his opponent hadn't retired.

A cool change is expected this afternoon.





  
Date: 20 Jan 2009 22:38:24
From: Edward McArdle
Subject: Re: Melting Murray
In article <fL9dl.165958$2w3.74856@newsfe19.iad >, "DavidW"
<no@email.provided > wrote:

>Patrick Kehoe wrote:
>> Will the heat bother Murray? Brits are not exactly raised in tropic
>> heat...
>
>I don't know, but I am surprised that the heat rule has not been invoked. It's
>a stinker of a day here. It was 33C at 10.00 am, 36 at 11.00 and 38 at midday.
>Murray would be roasting if his opponent hadn't retired.
>
>A cool change is expected this afternoon.

I was there today, and I was surprised that play continued on the outside
courts. It was unusually hot for two thirds of the day.

--
Edward McArdle


   
Date: 20 Jan 2009 11:46:32
From: Dave Hazelwood
Subject: Re: Melting Murray
On Tue, 20 Jan 2009 22:38:24 +1100, mcardle@ozemail.com.au (Edward
McArdle) wrote:

>In article <fL9dl.165958$2w3.74856@newsfe19.iad>, "DavidW"
><no@email.provided> wrote:
>
>>Patrick Kehoe wrote:
>>> Will the heat bother Murray? Brits are not exactly raised in tropic
>>> heat...
>>
>>I don't know, but I am surprised that the heat rule has not been invoked. It's
>>a stinker of a day here. It was 33C at 10.00 am, 36 at 11.00 and 38 at midday.
>>Murray would be roasting if his opponent hadn't retired.
>>
>>A cool change is expected this afternoon.
>
>I was there today, and I was surprised that play continued on the outside
>courts. It was unusually hot for two thirds of the day.


It's Australia. They don't give a fuck about the players obviously.


 
Date: 19 Jan 2009 17:11:28
From: Giovanna
Subject: Re: Melting Murray

> Will the heat bother Murray?

I hope so!

Vamoooooooooos Rogi!!!!!


 
Date: 19 Jan 2009 16:43:32
From:
Subject: Re: Melting Murray
On Jan 20, 12:41=A0am, tennis41...@yahoo.com wrote:
> On Jan 19, 6:23=A0pm, Patrick Kehoe <pke...@telus.net> wrote:
>
> > Will the heat bother Murray? Brits are not exactly raised in tropic
> > heat...
>
> > P
>
> Not looking sharp to begin the match, yet he's up a break. Hope he
> picks up as the time goes on.

The match is over already - Pavel has nothing to offer and should only
win a few more games.



 
Date: 19 Jan 2009 16:41:11
From:
Subject: Re: Melting Murray
On Jan 19, 6:23=A0pm, Patrick Kehoe <pke...@telus.net > wrote:
> Will the heat bother Murray? Brits are not exactly raised in tropic
> heat...
>
> P

Not looking sharp to begin the match, yet he's up a break. Hope he
picks up as the time goes on.


 
Date: 20 Jan 2009 11:24:39
From: Whisper
Subject: Re: Melting Murray
Patrick Kehoe wrote:
> Will the heat bother Murray? Brits are not exactly raised in tropic
> heat...
>
> P


Could be a big factor in his semi v Rafa.