Yeah - it's very exciting. I used to be worried he wouldn't give a good account of himself in these matches. Now I know he will. He still stumbles a wee bit here and there, and this is what worries me. Djok rarely stumbles. If Andy is in the zone and brings his A game to the court, there is only one winner, as he will mess with Djok's head. Any chink in the armour, and Djok will win. At least, that's the way I see it.
That's essentially the way I see it too. I think now Andy knows he really belongs up there with the others at the top he is thriving on it and it is bringing out the best in him. I think he looks good in every department now, his game, interviews, all of it. Being a major and Olympic gold winner fits him like a glove.
Andy can have lapses in concentration, sure, but I think the key is how quickly he recovers and gets back in to it. He did well today on that score. Also, he berates himself so much less, which makes life easier and surely uses less energy.
I don't know about Djokovic. He can have blips. I also think he has been guilty at times of over confidence during the tournament. That seemed to be the case against Wawrinka, certainly in the first set. Djokovic came across as someone who thought Wawrinka was going to give it to him, but that didn't happen. Djokovic will know Andy isn't going to be like that, but to my mind there is a possibility that Djokovic will think it is in the can. If that happens Andy needs to be ready to let him know otherwise, just as he did in New York.