Like tj I was struck with the tone of almost awe with which Fleming spoke about some of Andy's best shot-making. The dreaded Cowan made for once an interesting point afterwards: Andy didn't get down on himself for letting Stan back into the match. He just seemed to take the attitude of 'it happens' and got on with it.
Yes, for once that was a good point from Cowan.
There's no doubt in my mind that Andy's ability to move on much, much better is a key thing for him now. Sure, I think he's one of those players who will always show momentary bits of frustration, but that's the thing now, it's momentary. It's like the tweener he missed for example, how much would that have annoyed him in the past? Now he regroups and thinks about what he is doing, and I'm convinced that is the difference.