Yes, very good and one which has cleared up a few things as well, but I still maintain that Andy could benefit from seeking a little help from a psychologist. OK, so we've been down this road before, but we do know that he did consult one recommended by Lendl (a lady who had helped him overcome one or two difficulties) and said that he had found the experience useful. For all I know though Andy might already have done this, but I get the instinctive feeling from what he's saying in that article that this hasn't been the case.
In this respect I'd like to think that Andy watched Sir Chris Hoy's excellent documentary "How to win gold" because Sir Chris had no hesitation in seeing one, mainly to help him focus better and overcome the nervousness he felt the nearer he got to winning major events, particularly championships, because he was so desperate to win them that he feared losing them. Basically this psychologist taught him, in a very simple manner, how to 'compartmentalise' his thoughts, a process which also included stopping unnecessary extraneous thoughts from creeping in in moments of stress and so diverting his focus.
Hey Aileen, watching that documentary made me think the same thing, that Andy too should invest in seeing someone who can help him train his mind in this way. It'll do him the world of good on court and off as-well.
From what a colleague has told me, the psychologist to the British cycling team has worked wonders with them.