People are talking about Andy's "lapse" in the 2nd against Becker, but Jo had a total meltdown in one match and lost the 2nd.
Seems to me most of the top players do, we just all notice Andy's more.
Put more about the match, which I saw, on "match report."
Wheelchair access looked pretty good to me. Go girl go!
I agree with you about lapses in concentration, they all do it. Djokovic had one against Nadal at RG, I still think that cost him the match. Federer had one against Benneteau in Rotterdam. It lasted all match! Andy's been out for a month, it takes a little time to get full focus back, but he didn't do too badly and never looked like losing. I think he'll be fine today. He knows Jo can be dangerous and he'll be ready for him.
I would love to go, it's just hard for me to get someone to take me. Maybe one day, hopefully while Andy is still playing. I'd love to see him live.
I asked about access because I had a bad experience at a concert last weekend and it has made me wary. Remember the filthy mood I was in? That was why. It wasn't the fault of the artist, I hasten to add that, it was the promoter, who couldn't organise a you-know-what in a brewery. I was just keen to know what access is like for the disabled at the tennis, Queen's in particular, where you do seem to get close to the players.
As for the crowd, I still can't get over how there were two blokes on the phone during Andy's match yesterday! I know Queen's is considered a social event as much as anything, but I just think that is so rude.