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Andy MurrayIt's frustrating that Andy Murray is one of the top few tennis players in the world right now. There is not much about his strokes or his strategy that's distinctive or interesting. His only distinction is his on-court personality — he scowls and sometimes swears after every error that he makes, as though his expectation is not to make any errors throughout the match. Federer, by contrast, treats his errors as an expected part of the game. His face shows no negative emotions; it looks like granite.

Everybody who gets to number one in tennis has some kind of distinctive flair. They never get there by doing everything like everybody else, just a little better. I hope Federer gets a more interesting opponent in the next three majors.


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