He is much more calm with Fernando than anyone else.
But don't think Fernando is retiring anytime soon.
I know, he says he loves tennis. But he sure as heck doesn't look like he loves anything about tennis at all when you see him in person.
And it has been two years. He keeps saying that every player has a "right" to have a low point in their careers. I don't know what having a "right" has to do with it
but yes, he's correct that every player does have a couple of low points in their careers. But when it lasts for two years, everyone is going to talk about it and something has to be done about it.
And I would argue that it's been longer than that...he started to slide down right after the Olympics.
Even though I've thought of walking away from supporting him, it will never happen because I do love him and even though he doesn't know that I'm rooting for him, I just couldn't abandon rooting for him.
But I wish I could go on strike.
Get a sign and march around his matches in protest until he makes some changes.