Not sure what my thoughts are of Andy's 2014 so far....
On the one hand, some decisions or lack of haven't helped him, for example not taking on a minor tournament to pick up both points and practise. He's kinda regressed in terms of the negative self talk too which is a real shame.
On the other hand, I've heaps of sympathy with everything that's happened. Not just in terms of surgery, Lendl. His team has changed quite a bit, this can really affect how you feel about yourself and how much faith you have in yourself. In his team he's the boss and in the past he's mentioned how difficult he's found it to be open and assertive about his needs.
Adding to this, his current ranking and it's impact on his draws must be so alien to him after so many years in the top four.
Andy's said himself the hard works been put in and now he needs to produce results , it's not like he doesn't know the pressures on to get some good wins, imagine how frustrated he must be with himself knowing he's coming up shirt in comparison to his true potential?
Make no mistake, he's under no illusions, he understands the situation better than us.
Everyone that knows him says how sensitive he is, so my worry is the mental impact lack of results will have, getting over poor confidence is worse than physical recovery in my opinion. He's post match summaries may frustrate you but it'd be reckless to openly discuss his concerns with the press, that actually adds a pressure to keep up the appearance so the media and other players don't get a whiff of his mental fragility in these times.
I wonder if needs an actual break to discover why he plays the game and rediscover his passion, not a mini break in Miami filled with gym and watching tennis but a proper one going back to his roots, being amongst his family....
All in all, I worry for Andy the person rather than frustration at the player.