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2016 was such a euphoric year supporting Andy, through the highs and lows to see him reach the top of the mountain was a joy to watch.
Was there a low that year? Three slam finals with one win, an Olympic gold, a 25-match win streak to close the year with the WTF and YE#1, 15-2 on his worst surface.

Maybe getting gonged at USO vs Kei? Or losing to JMDP in DC? The twin 3R losses at the Sunshine Double?
 
Was there a low that year? Three slam finals with one win, an Olympic gold, a 25-match win streak to close the year with the WTF and YE#1, 15-2 on his worst surface.

Maybe getting gonged at USO vs Kei? Or losing to JMDP in DC? The twin 3R losses at the Sunshine Double?
Losing back to back Slam finals to Djokovic wasn't really fun. IW/Miami was terrible. That's about it.
 
I only speak the truth.... Andy has been a great player but he is dreaming if he thinks that he is getting back on the court to win matches.
The closest he will get to handling another trophy is if he is presenting one to the winner of a grand slam. Sorry to burst your bubble.....

TD

PS. If you don't believe me, take a look at Boris Becker....
 
He will continue his career if he believes he can compete at a good level. If he retires at Wimbledon I think it's more likely to be 2020 than 2019. He's unlikely to be ready to be at his post operation best at Wimbledon 2019 I think.
Wimby’19 should not be on the table...Bob Bryan needed five months to begin playing doubles after the same type of surgery and his medical advisors were of the mind he wouldn’t be 100% for another few months after that. Singles is a totally different load on the joint and will probably require more time to heal and get back into the training regimen required for covering more court solo.
 
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