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Weather apart, it's an extraordinary Wimbledon

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The quarter finals were sublime, I have never witnessed centre court matches like them. With luck the dream final will materialise: Federer versus Murray, with Federer winning. The BBC commentary has been exceptional this year, but I do wish they wouldn't suddenly switch channels - a nightmare to record.

Federer is a popular player and a joy to watch but why do commentators insist he is the greatest ever tennis player? He rarely beats Nadal when Nadal is fit, nor can he beat Djokovic!

I do apologise. This ain't about travel.

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