He can provide good entertainment and certainly says what he thinks off court. I don't always like him and don't agree with some of his antics but there's never a dull moment with him!
I enjoyed the match today.
I think every sport needs characters who donít just go through the same motions. He reminds me a bit of Ronnie OíSullivan. He obviously hasnít done as much but has all the ability in the world and is quite refreshing with his opinions. He gets quite close to the line often, but donít particularly think he goes over it.
Assuming Murray won't go all the way I really hope Nadal can do it.
It would be asking a lot of Nadal after a five-month lay-off but he's got the stuff of champions in him when it comes to handling the pressure, which might just prove key against the younger hopefuls. Same with Andy Murray, you could see yesterday that he just had that extra level of experience when the pressure was on. Nadal's had plenty of injury issues to contend with himself but nothing on the level of Murray's metal hip and like you I hope he has enough in the tank to go all the way. I think getting through the first week would be privately regarded as a successful tournament for Andy (even though in his never-say-die mind he probably still thinks he can win it!).