I don't think Djokovic knew quite what to make of Andy when he was in that mood. He just didn't back down and didn't go away, but to be honest neither of them did. I knew it had all the potential to be a cracking match, and I wasn't disappointed. I tell you what, Novak isn't going to be in any hurry to play Andy on grass again, and I suspect he'll be wary of him on the hard courts too lol.
I still feel Henman and Castle wanted Andy to lose, or rather, I think they expected him to, but where I do agree with Tim is that Andy plays so much better when he is proactive like that. I can't express (I know, me!) how brilliant I thought he was, and so very mentally tough. He just looked like he went out there and made up his mind that he wasn't losing. If he can approach it like that tomorrow and use that brilliant crowd he has to have a great chance. I'm going to put a word in with my mate the big guy upstairs. I want that roof open and Federer to be just a bit tired.