Wimbledon tennis tournament

April 6, 2007 5:22am CST
Spring arrives and I start thinking about Wimbledon. Now that I have Sky TV I can see more tennis on TV but do not like play on clay and still find I am only really interested in Wimbledon. Probably as it is our English one. Although it is a Grand Slam one and still considered by many people to be the best. Does Andrew Murray have a chance this year? Will Henman do better (is that possible after 10 years making it to the second week) with Murray taking the pressure off him? Will the name of the hill be changed to Murrayfield? Do you understand the significance? Sorry could not find a tennis photo that I was sure did not have copyright.
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@beaniegdi (1966)
22 May 07
It's funny but although I am also from England I have never really gotten into tennis and wimbledon. I remember when I was at school tht some of the girls would get crushes on the better looking players and that is about as close as I got to taking an interest, I know it is a terrible admission as most of the country is glued to the telly during Wimbledon. I think the best part about it is the strawberrys and cream.
26 May 07
I find it much better on the TV. I have interactive now and it is strange watching a match with no commentary. The crowds on the side of the court must get neck ache just watching the ball going backwards and forwards!
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@laltu86 (1253)
• India
31 May 07
I also watch wimbeldon but as my exams are knocking at the doors i am unable to see or will be , but i feel roger and murry has a greater chance this yer at the grand slam.