The most important thing about nationality in my view is what someone self identifies themselves as.
Murray is clear he is a Scot, and clear he is a proud Brit.
The way he dispatched Djoko and Fed at the Olympics was testament to his feeling of belonging in that British Olympics team.
Rod Stewart is a proud Scot.
I am a proud Scot, but proud of some aspects of being a Brit.
Ultimately I wouldn't let my nationality get in the way of my interactions with anyone though.
Sport is no fun if you don't pick a side, that is really what it boils down to.
Nothing much deeper.
I love Djoko, and if he was up against Nadal in the final I would have been rooting for him.
I root for anyone against Vettel in the F1, hasn't been very successful so far.
Murray has been on a journey, and he has reached the destination.
Anything more is a bonus. I will be happy to see him playing for Team GB in Brazil, even if wins nothing up until then.
This thread would have been a nice place to celebrate our new Wimbledon Champion.
If anyone wants to start a thread about nationalism and Alex Salmond, fizz off and fill your boots.
Real tennis fans will be delirious we, Brits, Scots, Whelks and Irish have a champion.
Well said that man..
And he has anounced that he is donating all of the 1.6 million winnings to Cancer Research.
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