Daily Mail

Straight to the POINT

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IN THE post-match interview, Emma Raducanu and Leylah Fernandez didn’t start a sentence with ‘so’, ‘I mean’ or ‘you know’. The tennis was good, too.

TOM HULMES, Newton-le-Willows, Lancs. SOFAS for dogs (Mail)? My dog already has one — mine!

CHRIS WYKES, Lymington, Hants. MAX VERSTAPPEN should have flashing blue lights and two-tone horns fitted to his F1 car so other drivers know they should pull over and let him through.

BRIAN GREGORY, Wheathamps­tead, Herts. I’M NOT on social media (Letters), so if anyone wants to call me a name, they will have to do it face to face.

DAVID EDWARDS, Leighton Buzzard, Beds. WHAT a moving eulogy by Richard E. Grant for his wife Joan (Mail). I hope his happy memories will help to sustain him.

RICHARD MORGAN, Reading, Berks. WHINGING locals should think themselves lucky that James May didn’t buy the farm shop instead of Jeremy Clarkson. Just think of how slow service would be then!

MARK KENNEDY, Redditch, Worcs. HOW green do people think it is to drive their 4x4 car miles to a farm shop?

M. SOUTHON, Christchur­ch, Dorset. THE Proms proved the saying: If you go to heaven, you get a harp; if you go to hell, you get an accordion.

BOB REEVES, Dereham, Norfolk.

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