Originally Posted by batz
I think you're probably right - wins in places like Cincy and Rotterdam would tend to support this view; but consider this - Murray doesn't like playing on Armstrong; and he doesn't like it because he finds it too quick.
I think Murray likes most hardcourts and that he generally goes into the AO feeling fresh and ready to go; that's why he tends to play well there.
Fair points. Has he ever specifically said which is his "favorite" slam. Irregardless of favorite I still think his best career results will continue to be the U.S, in part since Djokovic is almost unbeatable at the Australian and IMO will be the Australian Open GOAT by the time he retires (might be even if he wins this coming year as expected).