Do you honestly think he will be including anything even slightly controversial in this book?
All he will say about Brad is that it worked well to begin with, but over the course of the season Brad’s intensity in talking about tennis it caused friction. So it was best if they went there own ways.
Brad does not bad mouth any of the players he has worked with, Andy will return the same courtesy.
This was stated at the time.
On the Hamilton shootings he was taken to the Headmasters office and was too young to really remember it.
As stated at the time, I doubt you will get anything more as he has always tried to distance himself from this type of sensationalist reporting.
On the LTA those bad boys mucked up Jaime’s career that is why I went to Spain.
Already in the public domain may go into slightly more detail but nothing of any great consequence.
On the Match fixing, no further information will be provided, only a repeat of the explanation he has already given.
Unlike the LTA who need Murray more than he needs them the ATP could and would come down hard on Andy if he said anything controversial on this, he would also run the risk of alienating fellow pros on the tour so it will not happen.
If it was the last year of his contract a warts and all book could be expected but at the age of twenty one it will be nothing but a rehash of the image his management want to project.
Do you honestly expect earth shattering revelations from this?
How does having further information on any of the topics you have mentioned affect myself when watching Andy play tennis or supporting him?
Why does believing in God exclude me from calling someone Gullible or a fool?
I have been blessed with free will and it is what distinguishes us from the animals.
So I have every right to call you what I want, and as long as I show repentance for my sins my God will forgive me.
If that is what the book consists of then I obviously won't buy it. As it is, you are guessing what will be in it. You may very well turn out to be right, which is why I said I will wait to see what is actually in the book. That hardly makes me a fool. It means I don't make snap judgements.
Calling me gullible while believing in a supernatural being, of which there is no evidence of (in fact, all evidence points to the contrary), is clearly ironic. I'm not gullible. Considering buying a book does not make me gullible. Blindly buying it because I'm a fan would. That's not what I'm doing, however.