Yes I think the fidgetting and the response to being doorstopped are both reflections of his fundamental lack of ease in dealing with the media - and I love him for it.
Yet all the fidgeting, lack of eye contact, etc, has sometimes caused Andy to be described as "shifty". As somebody who used to be shy and lacking in self-confidence, I can totally relate to how he's feeling, so it's gratifying to see how much better he is at coping with the media now - but at least Andy will always be true to himself. No airs and graces here. And what a damn stupid question about Harry and the 'crown jewels' - no wonder Andy said recently there was nothing amusing about journalists!
But nothing is more boring to me than watching an emotionless player over hours. There are plenty of examples. One is even able to do magic on the court: he can rule over win and loss and is still boring. To me, at least.
Now I wonder who that was ...? White cardigans and gold monograms spring to mind.
I never used to find him boring to watch because I loved his graceful style of tennis. Unfortunately even that has begun to pall over the last year or so but that will never be admitted by himself and his idolising fans. The one player who did bore me with his constantly expressionless face was Bjorn "Ice Cold" Borg - but he ultimately paid the penalty for suppressing his emotions and retired at only 26.
For sheer emotion and excitement bring back the likes of McEnroe, Connors and Ivanisevic. They may have been bad boys at times but at least they livened the game up as well as playing highly entertaining tennis.