It's more important to me too, and I'm definitely not fussing. However, I do think that there is an advantage, albeit a small one, to the player with the most match practice on that court, especially at the business end of things.
If there were no benefit, Andy wouldn't bother practising there in the first place. I don't see what's wrong with saying so. I certainly understand and accept the scheduling, but it doesn't mean we can't make observations! Fair enough if you think there is no difference between the courts, or that it's so small no-one notices. I don't think the difference is huge, but by the business end of things, it's all about the margins, and that's one of many.
I know Andy gets the benefit of this when he's facing lower ranked opposition, so it would be hypocritical to be outraged because he's on the wrong end of it.
I was only making an observation too, but I do accept that what may not be apparent to us is apparent to the players for whom the slightest difference in court conditions could determine whether they win or lose a vital match.
He doesn't like Armstrong at the USO because the run back on the baseline is significantly smaller than Ashe, no issues like that at AO
Thanks. I didn't know that was the reason he disliked Armstrong.