Please never tell me that an English crowd is not biased. Because they are Andy has to put up with this and it is a good thing. But I am sure he will never forget his treatment at the 02.
LB I totally agree, Andy will never be accepted by the main crowd at Wimbledon which I think is a great shame as it does not appear there will be another home grown player of Andy's standard for a very long time and chances are they will be Scottish, perpetuating the whole non acceptance thing again, given the investments in Scottish tennis by the Murray family.
I know Andy has a lot of English fans, very true and supportive ones who appreciate his talent and ability and have no problems with his nationality and they are proper tennis fans who recognise sublime talent when they see it.
The crowd on CC on Monday were pathetic, despite Andy's bid to gee them up at the end of the second set, the whole country is desperate for a home grown Wimbledon champion, the crowd on CC should realise that and play there part. I was at the DC matches at Braehead and you can clearly see what it meant to Andy to have the crowd cheering and chanting his name, now that crowd was by no means 100% totally Scottish, there were a lot of English people there, I was sitting beside a few of them and they were totally committed to supporting Andy. Why can this not be the case at Wimbledon - the support for Laura Robson was amazing and quite rightly so, it's just such a shame the crowd can't show the same support for Andy,
My suggestion would be ship the entire population of Dunblane down to CC and get our boy across the line, or screen his documentary on the big screen just before he comes on court. It is obvious that Andy knows he is loved and appreciated when he comes home and you can see how important that is to him. I just feel a fervent partisan crowd (Olympic or DC like) would give Andy that extra %age required to get to the Holy Grail!!