That depends on what his views actually are. The way I read it he is unsure of the 'correct' procedure and would decide after talking it over with whoever he would be playing. That said, he's stated at the same time it would be a great honour to play infront on the queen.marinyork said:No. A head of state is an outdated concept, that said Andy Murray's ideas on this sort of thing are only one step further along so one could say his ideas are just as outdated - debatable point.
Nor mesummerdays said:I wouldn't have a problem curtseying to the Queen - its part of the whole sense of occasion of the whole thing. It makes it very British .. like eating strawberries and drinking Pimm's ... deliciou.s
A little short skirt perhaps ... borrow a friend's short skirt (unless you have one already of course) - take a photo and post it on here for me to check it looks ok - see I'm thinking of you!twentysix by twentyfive said:Nor me
Can you recommend a nice outfit for the occasion?
Because she's the QUEEN and you're just a peasant. Tsk tsk.trustysteed said:There's a bit of a debate going on about whether Andy Murray is going to bow to the queen at Wimbledon.
Should he (or anyone) have to do this?
Personally I wouldn't. Why should I?
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