My life is on hold and my credit card on standby.
He said he will catch up on his sleep on the plane here today. He's supposed to play Wednesday, but all the pressers I've read say he will wait until he gets here and then decide.
Lendl will be here (he won't be at Cincy), so I guess they will have a lot of catching up to do and decisions to make. I will support any decision Andy makes.
I'm not counting my chickens until they are hatched.
I really do hope Andy decides just to concentrate on practising or whatever with Lendl and generally getting acclimatised. He'll be playing against a qualifier, Italy's Flavio Cipolla, who's ranked No.96 - and I think we all know what can happen in these situations if Andy isn't feeling his best and his opponent, who has nothing to lose, plays out of his skin. Ultimately though it's up to him, so we should respect that.
teejay- I watched a bit of Totornto on sky this evening Marcus seemed pretty pumped for Andy, and Petchey did too, but Petchey did say dont get csrried away because fewer good grasscourters than HC he expects Del Po, Ferrer to be bigger threats at USO than they are on grass and also Novak will be keen to establish himself again!! so Andy should def not be considered favorite for USO.
I find Petchey's comments a little odd given that 20 of Andy's 23 titles have been won on HC but maybe he's merely trying to dampen down the current Murraymania a little. A little realism doesn't go amiss.