Let's be honest, the majority on here at 3-5, 6-6 (2-5) and 6-6 (5-6) in the 2nd set were doubting. He was seemingly as good as two sets down and to come back from that, the way he was playing, would been probably imposible.
Instead he pulled off a great comeback. Saving that SP at 5-6 was the turning point.
I understand all that, but when you start doubting, and showing it, you're more than half way to losing. Thats one great improvement in Andy's game, his dealing with adversity. Its starting to win him new support, too. I'll never write him off until the last point.