He played an injured Bracciali. With his bad back, Andy still barely rallied or moved with a sense of urgency. His feet were glued to the ground, like they were on grass. I knew he wouldn't smash backhands and volleys. I didn't bother to watch the match.
He should heed Connors' advice more than anyone else's.
He barely cared about winning Cincy because he listened to A-hole pMc's Federer comments.
Andy said he didn't turn on the TV after Wimbledon. He should've turned off the volume when the Mc brothers talked.
John Mc said, "Andy can't play like a top 100 player. He flexed his muscles before hitting a ball".