Stop me if I'm being unduly harsh, but I'm a bit peed off to see him playing doubles with Jamie this week. If he wants to overtake Fed, then why jeopardise that by knackering himself out in a 500, with a Masters in which he's the defending champion next week, straight off the back of a 250 title last week? Insane personal scheduling IMO. Is he not taking this event seriously?
I agree, and I expressed the same concern myself on another thread.
It also contradicts and undermines his argument about the pressure of the ATP scheduling, for which he talked about strike action.
So it doesn't add up really, does it?
Anyway, nothing we can do about it but lets hope he doesn't suffer the consequences. Us too!