Okay, okay. In my previous post I did say I was going to do the dougie. But for the life of me I do not know how to so I’m sending someone else to do it for me. As you can see, he is doing it with much gusto! Lol.
Why dance, you might ask? Well because it’s a promise I made to myself and my imaginary readers that I’d so so in the event that someone other than Roger Federer wins the gold. And boy, it happened… so there..
In case you haven’t heard yet, Team GB’s Andy Murray thrashed Swtizerland’s Roger Federer in the men’s single’s finals at the Olympic Games on Sunday night. It was a very convincing three-set win – 6-2, 6-1, 6-4. I was really satisfied to see Roger Federer’s dream gold medal turn into silver.
For the first time since 1908, Andy became the first Briton to win the Olympic singles gold and the first Briton to claim an Olympic men’s singles medal since the 1920 event in Antwerp. Destroying Roger Federer, the current world number one and touted as the GOAT, and Novak Djokovic, the world number two and bronze medalist in Beijing, this year in the Olympics, in the hallowed grounds of Wimbledon in his home turf is a remarkable achievement for Andy who has yet to win a Grand Slam title. This must be the push that he needed, the turning point of his career
I’m not an Andy Murray fan but I’m beginning to be impressed. If he continues to improve his performance he’ll be sure to get that GS title of his career! So, I’m actually looking forward to see him at the US Open next month! By then, my boy Rafael Nadal will be in form and ready to play.