ACROSS THE BORDER
Where the banned are
Unbelievable fight back last night. I love this guy!
Well done Andy, the hard work starts now that you know where exactly you are, which was really the point of playing wimbers this year, I hope you still have the hunger to battle to get back up the rankings as high as possible.
Last night showed very clearly that it will not be easy at all up against all these new keen youngesters, I did not know much about Denis his opponent last night, but he was like one of those duracell bunnies and just never stopped, he did
to Andy what Andy used to do to others, he was fearless and although he did admit that he played very well last night, I have never seen anyone play to the limits of the court so hard and so long, he was a joy to watch and will win a slam
if he stays injury free. Andy I hope your body has taken the punishment you gave it over the last week and that there has been no adverse reaction, onward to defend your Olympic titlae and the US Open, good luck Sir.
I think the break to close the roof helped him in his first round match but just feel that he would have won that anyway, however last night the break to close the roof undoubtably helped Andy and I reckon he would have lost without that break, Oscar Otte was well on top at that point and Andy had lost his way in the match and seemed to have settled for just getting the ball back across the net and that was never going to be good enough to win. I am so pleased for Andy and this week will have given him such a lift, my heart says he will win again on Friday but my head is telling me something different.....GOOD LUCK ANDY.