Andre was not only attending Wimbledon as Djokovic's coach, but as a global ambassador for Lavazza, the official coffee of the championships for the seventh year running. Unsurprisingly, Andre is a big coffee lover. "I drink two to four espressos a day, straight to the point, it helps," he said. "I'll have a couple in the morning and then like one in the afternoon to get me over the hump. As for my diet, I can't out train bad habits anymore because of my body. As tough as it is, I stick to a lot of protein, not too many carbs after a certain time – just some basic rules of engagement."
Full English was almost universally panned by critics,  most pointing out the show's poor attempt to emulate American adult animated shows, notably the uncanny character resemblances to Family Guy , as well as the poor art designs of the characters in general. Ian Hyland of The Daily Mail wrote: "it's rather apt that they've called it Full English . Because Family Guy and American Dad! would have it for breakfast.",  while on the character designs, Harry Venning of The Stage wrote: "The animation is flat and uninteresting, while the characters' faces are ugly and unappealing."