I know I'm not the biggest Murray fan on these boards, but I'll try to make this objective as possible. Murray was quoted as saying this: "Those people who are still asking questions about my game – I'm not sure how to answer them," he says. "What is it I need to do to prove that I can become a great player? I don't know what that is. In my view, it's been a good year. I improved my previous best in three of the Slams; I won six tournaments; I got my ranking up to No. 2 [in the South African Airways 2009 ATP Rankings]. And, generally, I feel I am playing a lot better now than I ever did. I was searching for consistency last year and now I feel I have that. I don't feel that there have been any weeks where I felt my performance was a big let down." I disagree with Murray. I think there has been many, many times where his game let him down and there are many things he needs to do to prove that he can become a great player. Do agree with Murray's assessment's of where his game stands and of his 2009 season? Personally, I don't. Thoughts?