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Monday, 1 February 2010

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Andy Murray's new home

Lhasa,Tibet- A somber Andy Murray met the press after losing a three set match to Roger Federer. Murray, who took Roger Federer's jibe, "what's it been 150,000 years since Britain has won a major?", to heart, said he couldn't handle the pressure from his countrymen any more.

"The weight is just too much, I cannot allow myself to be ruined the way Tim Henmen was, so I am going to Tibet and learn to chant."

Murray directly blamed Roger Federer's comment, "It was a heartless thing for him to say, but I have already forgiven him. I actually must thank Roger for this life changing moment. The Australian Open will always have a special place in my heart as a turning point in my life."

Roger Federer was dumbfounded by the turn of events. "I guess I should have suspected something when he met me at the net after the match, he thanked me and called me his child. He has this strange sparkle in his eye and he was almost glowing."

The question is now, will British tennis ever be the same?

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