With the greatest of respect I think everybody needs to accept that he is like that and undoubtedly will continue to be. Playing devil's advocate perhaps those characteristics are what has got him to world number 4, given he comes from a fairly unsuccessful tennis playing nation. Let's not forget, that The Queen has been on the throne, for 60 years. Was it her father or grandfather who was reigning the last time we had a male GS tennis player. I think the trick must be managing his temperment, not changing it. I doubt he can. For that matter why should he? It is part of who he is. He had a really tough draw, and did his best with it. N.J. and Fed dropped more sets against far easier opponents. Yes, they got through, but I imagine Murray would also have done. Let's credit him with what he has achieved.
Well said, last year Andy had only just come back from his disappointment of the Australian open, I think we should wait till the end of the year before we start writting him of, and he will defiantly be at the O2.