Commentators acted like they neither put doubt in Andy's mind nor encouraged him to play stupidly & to cancel clay tournaments.
Andy's parents attention and rushed him to hire Gilbert to "help him win at the French Open."
No wonder, Andy got insecure when Bud Collins asked him about
changing coaches in 2003.
Funny how the ESPN commentators, especially Carillo, Gilbert & Pmc
pointed fingers at Andy's "troubling personality," but they looked uncomfortable when they sat next to each other.
They sure endorsed Gilbert when Andy lost in the
French Open (because he didn't train much in his whole life & his parents couldn't care less).
PMc felt self-conscious because he wasn't watching Gilbert
in the stands.
Isn't it too bad that Andy isn't man enough for these "mature" commentators?
How ironic that they mocked him & lied about him.
We can't forget Gilbert's so-called book that Andy endorsed!
ESPN people love to insult Andy, but they participated in his ESPN biography too.
I wonder why he, his family & friends were so naive to talk about his life when he hadn't
done much yet.
Thankfully, in a few years, we won't have to see the same controlling people &
Andy will find decent role models.