I also see that he wants the crowd pressure to basically destroy Andy tomorrow. Brave words I feel.
I don't think that's what Jerzy meant but was just stating what is a well-known fact.
I've just been listening to him being interviewed by Sue Barker. He sounds quite a decent young man to me with a good sense of humour - not that I want him to win tomorrow, but a lot of negative things have been said about his on-court persona. Also he's had to overcome a fair amount of adversity to get where he is, so all credit to him. He didn't come across as being in the least bit cocky, but he did exude a fair degree of quiet confidence in himself and didn't seem to be particularly fazed about this match. In fact he seems to be relishing the challenge. I expect there won't be any shortage of Polish support either, if not in the stadium then on Henman Hill.
I'm sure though that Andy won't make the same mistakes that he did in Paris, particularly that of blowing MP (and, no, I'm not a member of the 'he was tanking' brigade) but he will definitely have to remain focused throughout, although a nervy start could be on the cards given the massive expectations on his shoulders this year.
For those who want a reminder of that match -