It feels to me like it really is Andy and Novak's time to shine, and if so, I think it will be fascinating. They have such similar game styles that matches really do become battles of will or wars of attrition. It isn't like the Nadal/Federer period, where Nadal's 'in yer face' style contrasted with Federer's 'pretty' game. I think it's more subtle than that, because it all comes down to tiny margins. Of course, that means that contests between them are scary, but at least they are never dull lol. The question is whether my heart can take the strain
I do think the media will talk a lot about the difference in their personalities. I have to say, broadly speaking I like Djokovic. I do think he engages with people, does that side of things well, but I also think he is respectful to opponents - perhaps apart from one little blip, when he decided to have a medical time out just as a certain person was about to serve out his first major win. The jury is still out for me on that one. That said, I think Djokovic became much nicer during his period of success last year. Maybe he had a few insecurites that needed to be erased? I don't know.
I think Andy is just shy. I often get the feeling with Andy that if he could get away without doing all the media stuff that goes with the sport now, he would. I like Andy though, because it seems as if what you see is basically what you get. It seems to me that with Andy it is his tennis that does the talking. There's nothing wrong with that. I love his competitive spirit, that desire to fight. I love his game, I really do think he is the most entertaining player out there, because he has such variety and finesse. Add in his speed around the court and what seems like almost psychic anticipation and you have unmissable stuff.
The exciting thing is that they are both only 25. If they can both stay injury free for a few years they could dominate for some time to come.