because they had to suspend his match after one set due to rain and later on there was an empty court available on centre court with enough time to finish his match. I know others could lay claim to it too but even non-British commentators were commenting that the powers that be at Wimbledon seem to bend over backwards not to help Andy in a way you wouldn't find at say USO for American players.
That was the Cilic match wasn't it? I remember it causing quite a hoo-ha that it wasn't moved to Centre once Centre was free. I suppose it isn't ideal to switch courts, and I don't recall Andy being bothered, but still. I still remember the crowd on Centre, before they took the cameras off it, all chanting for Andy, because they knew he'd been rained off.
I think the problem with Wimbledon is that it falls over itself to appear fair. The USO doesn't mind supporting their players, and the AO seems to have the same approach, but Wimbledon, 'must have fair play old chap'.