Yeh i saw the whole match, and i was quite impressed considering how crappy he has been playing. I mean if he played that match vs Federer... :retard: i don't think i need to say any more.
But something the studio people said after the game, Andy's went back to basics, a la 2003 when he won the USOpen. He stood 90 million miles (my own exaggeration not there's) behind the baseline and just powered his way through the game, but now it can't happen all the other players have moved their games up so what Andy must be doing is taking it back and regrouping all over again. I think, considering it wasn't working last year whatever it was he was trying to do, that this is probably a good thing going back to the mindset of 03 or watever, but he has to change that baseline thing. I don't think he actually knows he looks like a dumbass when he does go that far back i mean...i refuse to believe he is dumb enough to think that winners can be hit that far back...i refuse point blank, he isn't the smartest fishy in the pond but i don't believe he's that stupid.
I mean i don't wanna get all optimistic about his chances, i did that last week. He got through 2 games and we were all
"maybe its changing" and then
we'll see how it goes this week, is serving is
but although its a really good weapon to have its not enough anymore