By Jason Moore,

WHO do you support today? In the left-hand corner we have Majorca´s finest, Rafa Nadal, and in the right-hand corner, Andrew Murray, Britain´s greatest hope of a Wimbledon title. Now, as a British resident in Majorca, what do you do? Do you forget your natural allegiance and go with Rafa or remain a true Brit and stick with Murray? Well, for me, its no contest! Rafa all the way. Nadal is already one of the greatest tennis players of all time but he is also a perfect gentleman who has won the hearts of the Wimbledon crowd. Murray is no way as popular at Wimbledon as Tim Henman, the fact that Henman has a hill and Murray just a mound rather sums this up.! Also, Henman has retired but his hill lives on! Judging by the quarter-final performances on Wednesday I would say that Murray probably has the edge and he could beat Nadal this afternoon. It will be a great contest but I sincerely hope that Nadal will be the victor. While Murray is a good tennis player I wouldn´t say that he is a very likeable person. His bad language at the French Open was not in the greatest traditions of his sport. I suspect that Nadal will have his fair share of supporters at Wimbledon today. Murray is popular and British, but the fact that he once said that he supported every other team apart from England will not endear him to fans at the All England Club. But I want to see Rafa holding up the cup on Sunday and not Andy Murray.


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