Yes, Laurent Bram. Poor guy - think he's a part-timer. Andy did come close to one at the 2007 AO but threw the second-last game away in the 3rd to give his opponent a breadstick.
It was fascinating to watch that match at Braehead. It was my first ever attendance at a pro tennis match, and of course the first time I'd ever seen our hero in person. In some ways I wish it had been at least a bit more competitive - he could have won playing left-handed I reckon!
But there again, we got to see the famous triple bagel, which is so rare. He's not likely to have another so there's a little piece of history there to savour.
Above all, it impressed on me the difference in quality between those players at the very top of the game and the also-rans. Bram was actually a decent tennis player, maybe the equivalent of a good county level standard in Britain. He could serve well, had all the proper technique on forehands, backhands, volleys and so on. Yet he wasn't just beaten, he was annihilated.
I don't think Andy was inclined to throw him a game as a bone, either because it could be construed as being disrespectful, or because Bram wound him up early on by trying a sneaky little drop-shot serve that nearly came off. You could see that our man wasn't impressed!