They seem to play (or want to play) an almost identical style of tennis. Both of them are backhand-dominant, net-shy grinders who pummel their opponents into submission with a barrage of deep, yet high percentage ground-strokes, waiting to draw the error. Crucially, they give up less lateral court positioning than the Nadal's and Federer's of this world because they do not spend all day hitting inside-out forehands - thus it can be even harder to attack them. Both of them try to go on the offensive when they draw a short reply from their opponent, but Djokovic is the one who ends up doing it more often, simply because he has much greater talent, and thus can hit put-away shots better. The way I see it, both of them have the intent of playing exactly the same play-style, yet, as Murray is a version of Djokovic who is slower, less powerful and less mentally tough than the Serb, he ends up executing that game-plan much less successfully. Do you agree with my analysis; Djokovic and Murray are essentially the same player, but with Murray being inferior in every possible department? If you don't agree with the analysis - how exactly are they different?