There's no way they'd name a court after Andy while he's still playing. That would be awfully cringey for him, and I'm not sure it's necessary. The tennis centre is much nicer IMO.
It's interesting to see quite a few people saying "how come xxx got y, but Andy just got the OBE", which is far better than having people think he was over-honoured. Other than those who think they're all rubbish, or didn't like him in the first place, lol.
I don't know our honours system is perfect, but most countries have one, and I think that's right, so long as there is good variety to the sort of person who is honoured. Inevitably it's just the famous who are spoken of, but I think it's great that the less obvious are sometimes given accolades, even if they are merely tokens of the many people who do the same kind of work without acclaim.
It's worth remembering that a lot of famous people, the traditional celeb types, are given their gongs for services to charity, whereas all of the sporting ones announced today are for services to the relevant sport. Most celebs, and I bet most sports stars do their fair share for charity anyway, especially once retired as they have to do something with their time!