Not gonna lie, I'm disappointed, but after a few stiff drinks with some non-tennis-watching friends
, I'm also quite heartened. I think there are some major positives coming out of Wimbledon for Andy. He was playing solid in the run-up to the semis, not doing much of that dumbass thing where he slacks off and gets himself in trouble. He came out aggressive to start the Nadal match as well, which is a sign of positive growth, imo. He seems less scattered.
Sure, his lack of mental toughness dragged him down today. But I feel like he's making positive changes that will pay off down the road. He's not done with the evolution yet, so it wasn't enough today, but I think he's moving in generally the right direction. Hopefully he'll figure out the right things to do to fix the problems he still has. I'll be interested to see what he does from here.