Really hope it doesn't rain as I think the slower conditions with the roof closed on centre would really play into Ferrer's hands.
The forecast for today is much the same as it was for yesterday, so, unless the lunatics have taken over the asylum again, the roof will probably be closed before Fed's match starts.
I don't think this will trouble Andy - he is, after all, no stranger to playing under the roof - and in fact I think it could play into his hands because, if he can manage to get the less stuffy elements of the crowd fired up, the noise will be considerably amplified with the roof on, and Andy will thrive on it.
If only Andy knew the sacrifices we global fans made for him.
I'm sure he does, Linda, and we in the UK certainly know what it's like to watch his matches at unsociable hours.