Missed the match but have just read through all your posts. Andy did say he would use this match to try a few things out but I find it hard to believe that he's going to gain any confidence from this loss despite what ESPN says -
"The British No.1 did not look restricted in his movement and although he was beaten, Murray is likely to head to Roland Garros buoyed by two hours' practice under his belt."
Maybe it'll be a case of "It'll be alright on the night", and you never can tell with Andy, but I'm afraid I can't summon up any optimisim now.
I am sure Andy and Lendl talked about this exibition match.Why would he go out there and in beating Gulbis maybe injure his back again.I have a feeling he wanted to test his back and get in some court practice.Which is what he did.
Well he certainly gave his back a good test, so if there is the slightest reaction to this match then I hope he does pull out of RG.