There might be something in the argument that the issue yesterday was lack of matches, but I'm not 100% convinced to be honest. I think Andy relaxed, thinking it was in the bag, but then Jo lifted his game again.
I think the only problem with Mauresmo is that she's an easy target. Andy is losing, so it 'must' be Mauresmo's fault. I think the relationship needs time. They haven't spent much time together yet.
I agree on both counts. However, I'd add that staying sharp, and decision making, is helped by having matches under your belt. If he made the mistake of thinking it was in the bag, then it's a lesson he's learnt.
Also, I think it's worth remembering (sorry if this has been pointed out every second post, but I daren't look back too far), but Andy did much
better against Jo than Djokovic or Dimitrov. He won more points! And yes, that's the bit where it comes down to winning the right points, and decision making, but it's still better than the 6-2 6-2 dished out to Djokovic. IMO, Jo's victory over Dimitrov was more emphatic than the score-line suggests.
At least Andy was there, fighting in the last game, bringing the score back to deuce, teasing us all. It won't satisfy those who only care about the results, but at least they can't say (with honesty) he gave up.