I missed Djokovic's interview. My sister phones at the worst times, bless her. I might do the rewind thing on Skyplus and see Andy gatecrashing lol.
I think it's hard to know what bearing the walkover for Andy will have against Dolgopolov. To my mind Dolgopolov is up and down anyway. I don't think anyone quite knows from one day to the next what he is going to be like. I've certainly seem him play brilliantly, but I've also seen him being, well, dire. The dire one might not be a bad idea tomorrow, just to get Andy in to the tournament and running.
I prefer this situation, to be honest, than if Andy had played the second round and then had a walkover in the third. If I remember rightly, which I don't always, that happened earlier in the year and didn't help Andy much. I can't remember where it was mind you.
I'm still picking Andy to win, either in straight sets or three, again, depending on whether or not Andy comes out in the mood from the start.