I've noticed that, although one did go as far as to mention Andy as "the big three + one". I'd like to think that the "+ one" will go out there and show them differently, but, as he's had such little match practice coming into this tournament, and that, plus the back problem, which still seems to be hanging around, and the loss to Gulbis, doesn't fill me with optimism. Like Andy, I'm not looking past Ito.
From yesterday's Herald -
Happiest on the baseline, Ito said he modelled his game on Agassi, the former world No.1.
"Agassi was so aggressive on the return and had good ground strokes; I like ground strokes and I try to play like him," he said.
"I like to be aggressive, to be powerful, from the back of the court, like Agassi.
This is some thing i have noticed on the T/C Aileen Anyd's name has not been mentioned except Daren said about them all looking for recordes to be broken he said yes and Andy still ,.looking to break out.I hope he stays under the radar,let the pressure be on the top three.