One more thing...then I'm through.
Remember when Nadal won the AO and Roger broke down and cried at the interview? Many 'non-Federer' fans were upset with Roger because they said "he tried to steal the show from Nadal by crying"...(their words). I said he didn't do no such thing. It was because Roger really wanted that title and was so upset by not full-filling a dream. He got caught up in the moment and had nothing to do with trying to steal the show from Nadal.
Now fast forward to this Wimbledon. Murray broke down in his interview. Many people are saying "I feel so sorry for Murray and I had tears in my eyes too". That's what we Federer fans though back in the AO final and we were slammed because Roger cried. Such double standards....
Personally...I was sad for Murray as well. Even Roger said he told Murray he knew what that feeling felt like because he's cried before too - and that got a laugh out of Andy.
It's tough particularly on tennis players because not only does the winner have to talk, but the loser is expected to compose himself after a hardbreaking loss and conduct an interview. It's very difficult. My hat goes off the Murray and his fans and just remember what Roger said that he thought Murray would win a slam soon. And, as Murray said - he is getting closer. So you guys have nothing to hang your head about. Murray did you guys proud!