> On Sep 9, 9:16?am, "Professor X - Murray Will Come Back Stronger, Like
> > > ***ly Murray blasts U.S. Open scheduling
> > > "It's not ***y fair that some players get only four matches whilst
> > > other guys get five, six or even seven matches," grumbled the agitated
> > > British No. 1. Jabbing a finger at a copy of the order of play, the
> > > querulous Scot continued, "Look, they've got two stadiums and five
> > > whole days left -- I don't get why they can't just give more matches
> > > to everyone. It's not right, innit?"
> > Lol, i'm guessing you've made this up Ramirez and it's a joke. Gain
> > more insight into british culture
> > "innit" is not a phrase associated with Scots, you need to go and
> > visit the Ali G massiff in staines (around London) for that.
> Yes, I know that but to me Murray sounds more like an Englishman than
> a stereotypical Scot. I've never seen a quotation from him in which he
> said things like "wee" or "I canna do it," and he certainly doesn't
> have much of a brogue.
TBH, I don't know if it's because he spends so much time in the U.S
(training camps in miami + tournaments for 8 or so weeks of the year &
he has a flat there.) Since his accent sounds slightly American to me.
It's certainly not that strong a scottish accent although he maintains
many of the colloquialisms associated with Scotspeople (as you said.)
Living in England would also explain his diluted accent, (all good
scots do ) :-) Isn't that right Willie?