Apart from that, he needs to start re-focussing on tennis again as soon as possible if he's to have any chance of increasing his ranking points. Cincinnati was a disaster in that respect and one that was only mitigated by the points he picked up at the Olympics.
And in winning a major I would have thought.
In retrospect Andy got it a bit wrong after the Olympics. He went to Toronto immediately after, having had no time to digest what he had achieved. Frankly, you only had to look at him in Toronto to see he was knackered. The fall-out from that went on into Cincy.
However, this time he has had some rest, and good on him. I think going to Dunblane was absolutely the right move, because surely it has given him chance to enjoy what he has done, but also talk about it to his hearts content with people who love and care for him. That will help it to sink in, but will also surely give him the desire (assuming he needs it now) to strive for more.
I'm pretty sure I heard Andy say yesterday that he will back in training very soon and that he was looking forward to it. I wouldn't be at all surprised to hear that he has gone back to work this week.