I agree Nyssa. Showed he still has that fighting spirit. But also, as comms just saying on sky, he showed he could be in the moment at the critical point when it looked like the match might be running away from him again at the very end. Instead of getting frustrated he was calm and focused and my did he look fierce! As I've said on another post I also think the match will mean the NY crowd likes him again (after his rather tame exits last two years which will have dented his reputation badly I suspect).
You know, I was wondering about that. The crowd did not seem quite as supportive as they have been in the past. I think it is American impatience. "We"*
tend to want what we want when we want it and we've been wanting Andy to win for a few years now. * Nnot American born but American raised.