Originally Posted by debby
SO TRUE !!!!
I totally agree. I absolutely loved his win yesterday, but I would have liked Wimbledon more
just because it's different, it's at home, and he fought so much...
Well, since I'm a Fed-fan I'm happy that it WASN'T Wimbledon.
But even for Andy himself I think it's better this way. If he had won Wimbledon before winning the Olympics it would feel like winning Wimbledon two times in the space of one month and it would have made his Olympic gold feel less special. But now he has two big titles on two different surfaces. He still has time to win Wimbledon in the future. Roger will probably still be a contender for one or two more years max, grass isn't Novak's best surface (although he's obviously great on anything) and Rafa's future is uncertain because of his knee problems. One year can be an eternity in tennis, so who knows what will happen next, but by the looks of it chances are that Murray will win Wimbledon sooner or later.