Originally Posted by debra ¡|:!
Exactly, it's not a coaching problem. A coach can't just force a player to stop thinking so much. But a guy like John who knows Andy so well, they're so close, etc., maybe he can help him get back to that.
Ja ja. I think he has started to do just that. (Fat John
) After the Ferrer match at Nasdaq when Andy said that he believed he was finally starting to play good tennis again, he was right and I think his matches at DC prove it. He could have very easily have lost to either Massu or especially Gonzo. The way Andy played the Gonzo match was so thrilling, such vintage Roddick, I could barely contain myself and I think everybody who was watching realized too that Andy may have finally turned a corner out of this slump.
Heh. I've watched that Gonzo match like five times now. I just love it.
By the way Debs, please send Massu match when you get the chance.
In return, I will send you back some lovely DVD matches and I promise not to surprise you will any more crazy matches.