No of course he wasn't glad TJ! It's a wonder he didn't choke saying that, but what else could he say without making himself look bad?
Well that's it. I think he was gracious in defeat mind, but I'm certain he'd gone in to Wimbledon thinking he was going to win, so Andy doing that to him, albeit in three tough sets (I'm just watching it again!) seemed to really pull him up.
Thinking about it, I'm certain the grass was a slight advantage for Andy - I just think he is better than Novak on grass - but that match felt like it has the potential to change the dynamics between them, certainly on anything but clay. I just wonder if Andy might just have a tiny psychological advantage in future on grass, and also on hard, where there isn't much between them.