He said Andy had put in a lot of work in Miami and found some of it easier than in previous years. He thinks he's as strong now physically as before if not stronger. He was happy with how he was hitting in Australia and thinks he just needs the confidence that comes with playing matches in order to trust his body. He seemed very happy with his progress so far (not that he was likely to say otherwise but he was pretty open, I think if he hadn't been so happy his replies would have been more guarded)
Heck I disappear off the radar for a bit and miss something I would love to have watched.
Thanks for all the comments guys and to you Westie for that positive post.
Thanks Ww, that sounds encouraging. It fits in with what some of us have said too.
I agree, Lendl is unlikely to be negative, but he strikes me as the sort of bloke who wouldn't be positive for the sake of it. The fact that he's been open must be a good sign.
My feelings as well TJ.