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Wimbledon: are we still on for a Federer-Murray final?

By William Skidelsky  

I am writing this late on Saturday, after Andy Murray’s third-round match against Viktor Troiki of Serbia. (It was almost embarrassingly easy for Murray.) The first week of the tournament is over. Are things heading inexorably towards the Federer-Murray final that seems to be the predetermined climax of Wimbledon ‘09? My answer would be probably. But I am not as confident as many commentators seem to be.

First of all, I am not completely convinced by Murray so far.…

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