That is what I think as well, once the stiffness etc wears off with training and practice time he will be alright. We all know what it is like when you do some excercise after a lay off, the next day you can hardly move, but by keeping at it you soon loosen up.
I truly don't think Andy would even be contemplating RG if there was a serious issue. He's not likely to want to jeopardise Wimbledon and the Olympics, and for that reason I'm sure that if there are any doubts after training and practising this week, he will pull out.
Neil Harman in yesterday's Times said that he thinks Lendl should be with Andy full time. Doesn't think Andy will win a slam unless that happens.
He hopes Lendl " ...has a magic potion to inspire and energise."
Against Gasquet Andy "...needed help and there was none. .....the rest of the team are simply assistants."
Think he has an excellent point but don't think Lendl would be prepared to do it.
That's what worries me BBH, because Andy only seems to be energised when Lendl's around, so it begs the question - which has been the greater problem recently, the mental or the physical one? Unfortunately I too would be surprised if Lendl changed the current arrangement given that he made it plain from the outset that 20 weeks was all he was prepared to give (a) because of other commitments and (b) probably, because at the age of 52, he doesn't want to spend too much time travelling round the world. He had enough of that as a player anyway.