Unfortunately I can't get the link to work on either Google Chrome or IE, but what an interesting combination their opponents were.
Ullyett, now aged 40, comes from Zimbabwe and has 34 doubles titles to his credit, including 2 GS wins (2001 USO and 2005 AO), reached the Wimbledon final in 2008 and the QF of the French Open in 2004, 2008 and 2009. He also won the mixed doubles with Daniela Hantuchova at the 2002 AO. Marsalek, on the other hand, is a 20 year old Brit who's current ranking is 589 (doubles) and a career high of 584 (singles) with one doubles Futures title to his name.
Also Maclagan coached Ullyett and his partner Wayne Black when they won the 2005 AO and continued coaching Ullyett and partner Paul Hanley when Black retired, until 2007 when he became Andy's coach.
I don't know what the final score was but at least the presence of Ullyett goes a long way towards understanding why Andy and Miles lost!
I think that Andy and Miles are still friends Aileen - they seem to meet up at tournaments from time to time when they're both there. I thought it was nice how Andy gave credit to Miles and the rest of his team as well as Lendl for the USO win.
Thanks. I just got the impression from something Andy said in an interview (I think it was before his Wimbledon Baghdatis match) that relations between him and Miles were a little cool, but possibly he didn't want to be too forthcoming on that subject with the media.