I think the write up is fair considering the way Murray can play on a good. day. As for all the nonsense about having Benny's accident at the back of his mind, what rubbish! If that is the case Andy might as well retire now and wrap himself in cotton wool.
Every match the players go out away of the risks they take with their bodies. Berdych has known what happened to Monaco and Benny and surely it would have affected him as much if injury concern was forefront? he could have just as easily been injured and didn't see him playing like a wet rag out there.
Andy played a poor second and third set, I'm not saying it was all bad but very little was outstanding against a player who has been showing constant improvement in the last year if not longer.
Nobody's criticising the write-up in its entirety - just the headline and certain aspects of it. Given what happened to Andy at RG last year, I could understand why Benneteau's horrific fall might impact on him, even at a sub-conscious level. And I do agree that there were far too many replays of the incident, but that's modern TV for you - the more horrible, the better.
I also believe that the timing of this match wasn't in Andy's interests. He most definitely isn't a morning person (and I can relate to that!) and having that slot two consecutive days was very unfortunate. Had this match been played later in the day we might
just have seen a different Andy. He's always said he prefers to play later in the day, especially as crowds tend to be livelier then.
That said, he's a professional tennis player and will need to find a way of coping with these early matches because he's never going to be able to avoid them.