I'd never get on his back. I'm happy with the 1 slam and olympic gold, anything else now is just a bonus
Prodigy, you took the words right out of my mouth in a way. I was going to say that I'm one of a bunch of us around here who never gets on Andy's back, win or lose. I don't start ranting at him in match threads either, or tearing my hair out by the roots when he drops a set, thinking that the end is nigh.
Nothing wrong with sharing a gut feeling though, as some of us have, especially when it is positive. If Andy doesn't win the AO next year, or Wimbledon, or if Andy never wins another major again, it's fine by me, because to be honest it won't directly have a bearing on my life, but based on how Andy has played over the last twelve months or so, and where he has done well, I'd say he stands a good chance of doing exactly what some of us think could happen.