I think the negativity could be to do with what an impact that Wimbledon loss had on a lot of people, if I may generalise. It certainly shocked me a lot more than a normal loss would, I couldn't quite believe it for an awful long time. It wasn't pleasant. Don't think I've ever doubted Andy more than I did then. I can't even watch 2 minute highlights of it because the quality of play from him is actually unwatchable for me personally. I just hope Toronto does some good for him.
You seemed to have forgotten the way he played up to there.By far better than anyone else. There was a reason for the way he played that day,and we will never know what it was, but Grigor said he knew that there was something wrong in the warm up. This was I'm sure a was a one off.
We need to send out positive vibes out to Andy.
I can see where Connor is coming from because I too felt shocked, and worried, by Andy's performance in that match, although I did miss the first set thanks to getting the timing wrong, but there's no point dwelling on what I'm sure was a one-off too due to a circumstance we'll probably only ever know about unless it comes out in a biography after he's retired. I think he did the right thing though by 'holing up' for a couple of weeks before going to Miami, and he certainly looked happy and relaxed there in what few pics we saw.
Does he play R2 on the Wednesday night?
I understand that he probably will play on Wednesday night.