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Old 11-15-2012, 06:51 AM   #51
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Why are you getting all bent out of shape? The fact is when it comes to slams Murray is minor league compared to the other elite players, Nadal, Federer and Djokovic. You are correct that Murray on HC may defeat Nadal in a future slam (I think he will), he may be able to beat Federer in a future slam now that he has defeated him at the Olympics and he may defeat Novak in more future slams, but until he actually proves himself capable of having the "mind" to be a multiple slam winner, the other players will be favored.
Am I bent out of shape? I thought I was just addressing the ridicilous assertion that Murray had only played well in 2012 at the USO.


Is this thread about the relative slam records and overall standing in the game of the top 4 or is this thread about who will win what in 2013? I thought it was about the latter - but you seem to be arguing about the former. Murray's overall place in the pantheon of tennis greats has the square root of feck all to do with his chances of winning a slam next year. By that logic, Murray has less chance of winning a slam next year than Agassi and Sampras.

PS I think Roger is the greatest player ever, but the fact is that over the last 2 years he has had an inferior slam record to Murray - that for me is a more pertinent fact about the relative liklyhood of either of them winning a slam in 2013 than Roger's 17 slams.
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