Very well Sir Tim. Good to see you... haven't seen you in a while, what's up?
All is good, Watching the Olympics, taking a break, getting out of the house
How are you doing, who do you think will win? I have Federer tbh in 4, Murray has a packed schedule, but if he pulls it off......two Golds! (one can dream eh?!)
If the weather stays sunny, dry and windy, I give Murray an excellent shot. As we could see today, the sun and wind really have dried the court out. It wasn't playing much like grass today in terms of defensive player movement. It wasn't slippery, the ball is bouncing higher, generally favoring retrieving tactics over attacking. Only grass attacking strategies left are low slice onto the grassier part of the court, wide angles to force the player on the fresher grass and drop shots. Of course a strong serve will help as well... The baseline is down to the dirt all the way across, worse than their Wimbledon Championships final.
Federer retains #1 now through at least Cincinnati, even after withdrawing from Toronto. no matter what happens on Sunday. I think he'll be pleased with a silver medal if Braveheart gives a strong effort to win his first Wimbledon tournament and gold for his team, Great Britain, and himself.