That's my take on it too. I'd love Andy to win one, but a decent showing in the other would be fine before the USO, which I'd really love him to win again.
Win Montreal Andy love, it's a much nicer trophy as I recall
I'm not fussed what he does or doesn't win so long as he gives it his all, which I'm confident he will do, but, as I think I've already said, I believe Andy is in a better place now psychologically than Djokovic. Meanwhile Fed is reported to have pulled out of Montreal because of his back problem and Nadal's knees have to be suspect, so for the moment at least, the scales seem to be tipped in Andy's favour when it comes to winning this tournament. Raonic is being widely hyped in Canada as the home-grown favourite to win it, something I really can't see happening, although I wouldn't like Andy to meet him in the early stages.