I’ve almost as much sympathy for Djoko as I have for Murray today.
Anyone that saw the way he saved four set points in that second set tie break – the last of which saw the best defence I’ve seen from anyone at this event – against an opponent armed with bigger, badder weapons than he’ll ever possess, will not, I hope, remain unmoved.
But, unlike Murray, he didn’t start well.
And Berdych, unlike his former headcasey self, hardly wobbled once.
He didn’t wobble very much against Fed either.
If he comes through against Nadal on Sunday, he’ll not have wobbled, consecutively, past the top three players in the world..
That’s a whole lot of not wobbling.