Great another Murray hatin thread.
I live in Scotland for 27 years since I was 7. Over in the UK there is a strange thing where people like to knock people who are successful and Murray is no different. I see a lot of similarities with Andy and Hewitt (minus the GS wins) where their fiery characters can rub people up the wrong way.
Murray and Federer both possess the most variety and tennis is a better game with these guys around.
Sure maybe it's better to conform and have a nice personality so fans can 'connect' but it ain't a popularity contest in professional sports.