To cry or not to cry?
That's been the question that seems to have gripped a nation in the emotional aftermath of Andy Murray's Wimbledon weepings. For some hard-hearted cynics, it was a sign of weakness. For other more sensitive, considered souls, it was a welcome show of raw emotion. Colin Montgomerie is a man who could melt a tank with one of his trademark glowers after dribbling a two-footer past the cup on the 18th to miss the cut by a shot. So into which camp does the former Ryder Cup-winning skipper fall?
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