Originally Posted by NamRanger
He played the world #48 who beat Stepanek, Agassi, and Grosjean on his way to the final.
He also played Roddick who was the 5 seed. Schalken who was the 8 seed. Both who were/are absurdly good players on grass. He also played Mardy Fish and Felciano Lopez, both who are also really good on grass. Just remember, do your homework before trying to compare this slam to Murray's current potential slam, which has been filled with hacks other than Melzer, who flat out didn't even play anywhere close to his potential, and Dolgopolov, who is a rookie, and although potentially dangerous, really shouldn't be a threat to Murray if Murray is as good as you and others say he is.
Roddick was ranked 6th and Shengen was ranked 12. They were the only 2 seeds he faced. Those are the facts. The rest of your post is opinion dressed as fact - in other words your usual guff.
And if Murray were to make final and win he'd have beaten the world number 3 and the guys who beat Roger Federer.
Roddick was ranked 6th and Shengen was ranked 12. They were the only 2 seeds he faced. Those are the facts. The rest of your post is opinion dressed as fact.
"If Murray were always good, he would not be so good." MixieP - Philosopher
Last edited by batz : 01-27-2011 at 09:58 AM.