To lose to Cilic, even when perhaps tired, shows the weakness in not being able to be supreme over the opposition. I do the parallel with Mo Farah. He won despite being tripped in one race and then in the next when he admitted to being tired (and it showed). His opposition have no belief that they can win against HIM whereas Andy's can see an opportunity can arise. This is rarely the case with Novak.I don't see the logic behind that either because Andy was tired all tournament (running on fumes according to Jamie Delgado), suffering from the effects of a cold and had a shoulder injury, albeit not a serious one. Also I still maintain that had it been another night match Andy might have fared better because, rather unusually, all his earlier matches were night ones, and he did seem to be struggling a bit to adjust to the daytime conditions. Another example was the DC against France last year which he played, again with very little left in the tank. The only 'weakness' Andy has which is of benefit to his opponents is that, unfortunately, he tends to let all his feelings show, something the other top players rarely do.