Originally Posted by NonP
On the other hand he's been the most consistent at the majors. One could certainly argue that he's the real No. 1 right now.
Possible, but not very probable. Basically he'll need to sweep the indoor season.
He could have a case if he came back and led his team to another DC title, but he hasn't played any ties this year.
It's a close call between him and Djoko at this point. The WTF (BTW WTF were they thinking when they chose the new name?) will help decide things.
On a subjective basis I do think Djokovic can be argued to be the best player. Yet I'm not sure if anyone this year played at the level Murray had at the Olympics in the last two rounds.
It'll be interesting.