Thinking about the AO semi final, I am of course not surprised that Federer lost. In fact we all know it could have been a lot worse. Federer got killed by Murray on grass (alright he was wiped but he could have been a bit tired in this match too) and the AO is probably the worst surface Federer could face Murray on. It's the slowest surface apart from clay, and Murray is not that good on clay. But that got me thinking, would Murray have a good chance to beat Federer on clay NOW? Has Federer become too bad on slow surfaces recently? Murray's movement on clay is still not as good as Nadal, Djokovic or even Federer but given his human backboard style game, could he actually match up well vs Federer despite being underdog vs Ferrer and several other clay naturals? In Fed's prime I don't give Murray much chance, but if they happen to meet this year on clay at RG, how would that match go down? I'm not sure but I still like to think Federer would win this in 4.