Aileen's turned grotesque
I have a good teacher Gangsta. lol
The only issue will be how his back holds up. He has already said that he hasn't tested it over 5 sets or seen what the recovery is like for that matter.
Which is probably the main reason I was disappointed he didn't finish Verdasco off sooner. He has, though, vowed to carry on playing so long as he can still hold a racquet and says that his back is way better than it was, and his team will be doing all they can to get him through, so fingers crossed.
As for JJ, this guy's going to be desperate to win both for himself and probably for his country, and that could make him nervous. I mean no disrespect because I have Polish relatives and friends, but Poles are quite well known for their volatility, so that could bring JJ's mental strength into question, particularly if Andy can keep putting the pressure on him, which hopefully he will do from the off and not wait until he's in a similar situation to today's. Also, should he win and meet Djoko in the final, it's going to be in his best interests physically and mentally to keep this match as short as possible.