Another Sky plus job for me, this one. Lightweight I may be, but there is only one 4 o'clock in my day, especially for watching tennis.
If Andy's back is all right I don't see any reason why he shouldn't win this one. I think he has sussed Raonic out now, and I think Raonic will be more respectful towards him, having taken a pasting in New York.
I think if Andy can start well, like he did today, it will help. Of course, Raonic doesn't play like Wawrinka, I'm not suggesting that, but if Andy can start well it will give him confidence, and perhaps put some pressure on Raonic. The danger will be if Raonic gets a hold of the match early on, maybe breaking Andy's serve. It would surely be tough to stop Raonic in a best of three if he goes on a roll, so Andy must stop him.
My feeling is that it will be tight. Something tells me that it's likely to be three sets, maybe two or even three tiebreaks, so perhaps not one for people of a nervous disposition. Of course, I'd love a nice, straightforward win for Andy in straight sets, but I'd be surprised.
Andy in three I reckon.