I just hope that if he doesn't live up to these ramped up expectations people don't start getting on his back again.
I think Prodigy said it beautifully.
Really,the way I look at it is,the real reason I want more for him is because Andy himself wants more.Were he to simply decide tomorrow that he'd had enough,achieved what he wanted to achieve in his sport and that it was time for him to try his hand at something new-well,I'd be heartbroken at not having him play his wonderful tennis anymore!But he'd be doing what made him happy,and I'd be happy for him that he'd achieved his dreams.
But (thankfully!) Andy does want to play on and achieve more.So,of course,I want to see him achieving his dreams,celebrating more wonderful victories!(I admit it,the one I want for him in particular is Wimbledon.Grass court season is my favourite part of the tennis year
) But even if that's not to be-Andy has already achieved his dream of winning a Slam-something many,many people thought he wasn't good enough,or mentally strong enough,or whatever,to do.And,(equally significantly,to my mind,although I know some feel differently) he won that wonderful Olympic gold medal.At a home Olympics too!Everything that comes in future (because I do believe there's more to come!) will be wonderful icing on an already-incredible cake