I have to be honest and say I know nothing at all about Cipolla, other than I didn't recall him playing Andy before, so it's good to see some details about him. On the surface he probably has little to trouble Andy with really, but you never know, do you? These qualifiers can be pesky!
Seriously though, as long as Andy is okay physically and emotionally after his wonderful Olympics I can't say I'm that bothered about Toronto. It would be nice if he could go a couple of rounds at least, just to get the hardcourts back under his feet and continue some momentum, but it would be understandable today if there is not a lot left in the tank to go to. Equally, it wouldn't surprise me much if Andy is still on a high and comes out flying, but if he does I will decide he is superhuman. I mean, a wonderful Wimbledon, an utterly stunning Olympics, a beautiful gold (and silver!) medal, which involved quite a bit of tennis, and now jetlag, he should really be out on his feet....though I hope he won't be.
If he gets through today we'll see about Raonic. He can blow hot and cold, but I haven't seen much of Toronto yet this week, so I haven't seen him to work out which way he might go. An off day would be good.
Anyway, first things first, the Cipolla match. Just take care of yourself Andy, that's all I ask.