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Tuesday, 1 July 2008

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Men with balls...... but NOT Andy Murray

Wimbledon - (Ass Mess): Expect a Six-Love, Six-One, Six-Love thrashing of up-and-coming pointless Tim Henman replica Andy Murray by world No 2 seed Rafael Nadal on center court in Wimbledon tomorrow.

That is the stark message to the legions of brainless Murray fans who are in thrall to the gormless be-adam's-apple'd egomaniac.

Murray, 21, has bought his self-publicising mythology lock, stock and fetid barrel to the extent that he really believes he matters in the world of tennis giants.

Driven on by his attention-grubbing mother and seedy UK Prime Monster father Murray's self-belief has reached stratospheric heights.

This week his pals have piled on the £££s at bookies up and down the country, convinced the young upstart will create hystery by winning the Wimbledon Men's Championships this weekend.

A spokesman for internet spreadbetting site Aintgottaprayer.con said today:

"This is going to be the easiest $500,00 we've ever made, taking money off stupid, delision-driven tossers who believe that Murray is the next Sampras-incarnate.

"Take a tip from the top: Murray's destiny lies in the same hubris-ridden disaster heap as Henman and Greg Rusedski."

Odds of 9/1 are still available on Murray managing to notch up a single set win against Nadal tomorrow.

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