My only worry is his performances during the day. If he wants to win this thing he's really going to have to up those. Been sublime in the evening matches though.
I think the weather is to be cooler this week, but unfortunately a bit wet as well. Anyway I feel Andy would have coped better with the heat and humidity had he had time to do his usual stint in Florida.
Brad Gilbert just mentioned the 6 -1 H2H in the interview and Andy gave a wry grin.
Andy always respectful when asked about next opponent. Always talks about the strong points in the other players game.
He did say the other day that, as far as he's concerned, H2Hs count for nothing - and the horrible spectre of the Chardy match proved that to be correct. Thankfully though Andy seems to have put it all behind him.
I do have some sympathy for Milos - the brashness of youth - but tonight he learned a hard lesson, and that won't do him any harm. If he has any sense at all, and I think he has, he'll take it on board.