I ran into celeb-coach Brad Gilbert — the man who resurrected Andre Agassi’s career and led Andy Roddick to his only Grand Slam — and asked him for his thoughts on how to beat the rarely beatable Roger Federer.
“I coach [Andy] Murray, so the advice is in here,” he said, tapping his head. “Won’t give that away.”
Was there anything he could tell us? Anything at all?
“No. Not about somebody that my guy can potentially play. I don’t want [Federer] to read about it. Andy might have to play against him, so I don’t want him to see or read nothing.”