Just watched the rerun of Andy's match and my conclusion is 'job well done'. He did not play badly, as his unforced error count suggests. He admitted his timing was below par, but, being the great match player he is, found enough on the big points. Against a talented opponent, 3 sets is a real bonus.
I also saw most of the Somon/Monfils match which was like a remake of 'night of the living dead' at times. Credit to Simon for a really gutsy performance, but you feel that it must come at a cost. He surely must struggle against Andy if anything less than 100 %.
Although the draw has opened up for Andy with Delpo and Cilic losing, I still worry about the form of Federer. Although pushed at times by Tomic, he came through with some style and, of course, he's such