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7 days of celebration of Andy Murray after winning US Open, 2012

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#1 Kristina

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Posted 18 September 2012 - 12:54 AM

This post by me is inspired from a post written after Roger Federer won the Wimbledon, 2012 in which Federer's hectic schedule was highlighted.




For every one, who missed it, here is the post.





As today, it will be exactly 7 days since Andy Murray won the US Open, 2012 title, so, I thought of letting you know, how tough or should I call, hectic life of a champion can get after winning a Grand slam as prestigious as US Open.







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The celebrations started with Andy Murray, girlfriend Kim Sears and members of his support team rushed to Hakkasan, the Shanghai-chic restaurant on Manhattan’s West 43rdStreet. The total bill, including 17 ‘zesty martinis’ and a meal of spicy prawns and roasted silver cod, is reported to come to over $6,000.





The Scot toasted his first Grand Slam with around 30 friends at Hakkasan in New York last night.





After beating defending champion Novak Djokovic in five sets at Flushing Meadows, Murray arrived at the exclusive Chinese diner about half an hour after closing time, and the staff happily opened the doors to the new champion. It was worth it. Murray’s party went through 17 “Zesty Martinis” at $255 a bottle and two bottles of Louis Roederer at $396, racking up $6,448 in the restaurant’s Ling Ling bar with a tip of $1,289 — and that was before they started in on the spicy prawns and roasted silver cod.



Murray also left a signed copy of the menu to staff.






Here's what exactly the Murray gang had after Winning US Open, 2012. A very-2 rare pic of the Andy Murray signed Menu along with the rate & the gratuity tip that Andy Murray paid at Hakkasan.






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Wonder, what Andy Murray had in dinner that night???????




Guess, guess :)






Andy Murray only drank a lemon soda for $6.



Keep reading this article for more details of Andy Murray's 7 day long hectic celebrations.
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#2 Kristina

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Posted 18 September 2012 - 03:41 AM

Day-1 (11th september, 2012) : Tuesday





Firstly Here are pics of Andy Murray checking his name on US Open, trophy





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14 interviews on Day-1





Excerpts from a very famous interview of Andy Murray to the New York Times :::



  • Q.: I saw you talking to Ivan Lendl between a few of your interviews. What do you say to him after all this?
  • Andy Murray: Well, I just said thank you, for all of your help and support. And yeah, and he said well done and congrats, and that I deserved it. And then, yeah, we just had a chat now because I won’t see him for a little while, but, you know, I’m gonna discuss all the things we need to work on, and try and keep improving. Because obviously right now it feels great, but you want to try if you can to keep getting better, and he’ll be the guy to bring that out in me.
  • Q.: You get introduced in tennis every time you walk on a court, and from now on you’ll be “Andy Murray, U.S. Open champion, Grand Slam champion.” Does that make you feel fundamentally different in terms of your career?
  • Andy Murray: Um, I mean, right now I’m just very happy, I haven’t really thought too much about that. But I know how difficult it is to win one of these tournaments, and yeah, I think it will help me, and hopefully take a bit of the pressure away from me.
  • Q.: Greg Bishop had asked you about the last time you cried, and you said it was in Toronto when you finally had a chance to be alone and reflect on the Olympics. When do you think you’re going to have a chance to reflect on this, adding this title to the Olympic gold?
  • Andy Murray: Yeah, I think when I go home, and just get to be in my own bed, my normal surroundings. And be around my dogs, and just do all the normal stuff that I always do. That will be the time where I have the chance to just reflect on everything that’s happened this summer, not just here but Wimbledon as well, and how tough that was. And, you know, it’s been up and down emotionally for me the last couple months. [Laughs.] So I’m glad it finished on a high.
  • Q.: You had talked about dreaming about winning Wimbledon, losing Wimbledon earlier this week. When that ball went out [Murray points to spot on court where Djokovic’s final return landed long], how did it feel different from what you dreamed?
  • Andy Murray: It’s hard to describe. I mean, for me, when I’ve had big wins before it normally takes a few days for it to sink in, and for me to start getting quite emotional about it, and thinking about all the hard work and stuff you’ve put in. The moment it happened I was in a bit of shock, and then just pure relief. I feel just like the weight has just dropped off my shoulders now, and I can relax for a few weeks, for sure.
  • Q.: Every time you’re back on this court, you’re going to see that spot over there and know?
  • Andy Murray: Yeah, exactly. [Laughs.] I actually thought the return was in, when he hit. And then I don’t even think he challenged it, but it was very close and he hit it so hard. So yeah, I was just glad it was out. Yeah, I’ll remember that part of the court for a while.
  • Q.: When you looked over there and saw your box, was there any one face or any one person’s reaction that stood out to you?
  • Andy Murray: Not really. I mean everyone was just sort of hugging everybody, I didn’t really see one person straight away. I mean, obviously having Ivan there is great. But all of the guys that are in that box aside from him, they’ve been there, you know, for the last five, six years of my career. Dani is one of my best friends that I’ve known since I was 14, 15 years old when I moved over to Spain. And my girlfriend, all of them that have been there from the start, it’s just nice to finally give them something to be really, really proud about.
  • Q.: You talked about a weight being lifted off of you. Do you think in some ways a weight was lifted off all of them, your whole team?
  • Andy Murray: I don’t know. I think, you know, because we’re all good friends now, I mean, they would have liked for me to have done it on, you know, just in terms of as a friend, really, first and foremost. They’ve always worked incredibly hard, and put me in positions to win Grand Slams in the past, and I just hadn’t been able to perform my best tennis when I needed to. So I’m glad tonight I managed to do this.
  • Q.: What comes next? How do you top this?
  • Andy Murray: Oh, I don’t know. I need to go away, take a bit of time off, and then start training hard again. The tour finals at the end of the year in London, that will be a goal, for sure. And then, yeah, Australian Open starts again, and that will come around really quickly, and I want to give it a good go there.
  • Q.: The way tennis is a cycle like that, does it allow for you to go crazy celebrating this?
  • Andy Murray: Yeah, I think I can now, because I don’t have a tournament for a good two and a half, three weeks now. After the Olympics, for example, I was playing two days later, so I didn’t really have a chance to celebrate that. So I need to make sure I get home, get some good time to celebrate, and enjoy this moment.





Some pics of Photo sessions from that day : Andy Murray with his entire Team





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Andy Murray poses with his trophy in New York



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Andy Murray at Times Square with the US Open trophy





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#3 Kristina

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Posted 18 September 2012 - 03:42 AM

Day-2 (12th September, 2012) : Wednesday





Here is the best video to explain his first two days & how many interviews Andy Murray gave after winning US Open, 2012







Courtesy : ATP








& who can forget this funny interview with Jimmy Fallon Late Night with Jimmy Fallon






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& here is a video of Andy Murray interview by Jimmy Fallon in Late Night with Jimmy Fallon




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Posted 18 September 2012 - 03:42 AM

Day-3 (13th September, 2012) : Thursday




The famous visit to British residence (British consulate general) at New York





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Posted 18 September 2012 - 03:43 AM

Day-4 (14th September, 2012) : Friday
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Posted 18 September 2012 - 03:43 AM

Day-4 (14th September, 2012) : Friday




Andy Murray's return back to U.K.




Here are few pics & videos of Andy Murray & Kim Sears taken at Heathrow





Andy Murray being escorted by Air hostess at Heathrow on his arrival in U.K.



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Andy Murray & Kim sears spotted at Heathrow after winning US Open, 2012

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Here's a video on Andy Murray greeted by applause at Heathrow after winning US Open











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Posted 18 September 2012 - 03:43 AM

Day-5 (15th September, 2012) : Saturday





Interviews in London





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Cover of Andy Murray by Neale Haynes for L’Equipe Magazine, June 2012 issue in France.









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Pic of Andy Murray on cover of Italiano Tennis magazine




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Posted 18 September 2012 - 03:43 AM

Day-6 (Sunday) : 16th September, 2012





Home coming of Andy Murray to Dunblame, Scotland





For that, I started a new topic covering all the pics & videos of the celebrations at Dunblame, Scotland. Here is the link of the post ----













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Posted 18 September 2012 - 03:44 AM

Day-7 (Monday) : 17th September, 2012










Whole day spent with Kim Sears :wub: :wub: :wub:









Here are some recent pics of Andy Murray & Kim Sears taken today








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These pics are of Andy Murray and girlfriend Kim Sears at Burberry Prorsum SS13













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Pic of Andy Murray and Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond



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Posted 18 September 2012 - 06:53 AM

thanks kristina for posting!!
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Posted 18 September 2012 - 08:30 PM

Well, frankly, our Wimbledon post wasn't even 0.0000001% as good as yours. You did an excellent job of summarizing the whole of 7 days of Murray's life after US Open. For sure, its a real big accomplishment & the celebrations at DUNBLAME were really so good to see.......

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Posted 19 September 2012 - 03:08 AM

The best ever article of the year for me. Hats off to you for taking out so much time to highlight every thing. EVen, if Kim Sears (she is a prolific net user & searches a lot & hope, she reads this),will be so happy to read this on a web-site whose name is RF fans :).


Well done to you & of course, Murray as well :)
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Posted 19 September 2012 - 07:26 PM

you are doing a great job for everything related about Murray,well done.
and Kim oh,she is so stunning and very elegant :) .

When life gives you a hundred reasons to cry, show life that you have a Roger Federer to smile.

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Posted 19 September 2012 - 07:30 PM

The best ever article of the year for me. Hats off to you for taking out so much time to highlight every thing. EVen, if Kim Sears (she is a prolific net user & searches a lot & hope, she reads this),will be so happy to read this on a web-site whose name is RF fans :).


Well done to you & of course, Murray as well :)




Ja ja, I also know that... I too am a regular at Kim Sears blog & am a big-2 fan of her paintings :P :P :P ....

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Posted 24 September 2012 - 06:34 AM

Many congratulations, Andy, on your maiden Grand Slam. I doubted whether you would do it this year but feel thrilled you proved me wrong! Now enjoy and beat the living daylights out of Nadal and Djokovic but spare the graceful Federer.





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