No one's ever denied this, but after watching the final one cannot help but see that there are still holes in Murray's game where he can get exposed vs an elite opponent like Djokovic. Had Federer played abit better in the SF I'm not sure if Murray wins that one either, and you and I both know Federer did not play anywhere close to his best there, and Murray was playing good enough to close that out in straights. Should Nadal return and be healthy, Murray would have to go through at least two out of three elite guys, which is something that is extremely difficult to do. Not saying it can't be done, but I don't think Murray has the firepower nor the offensive weapons to do this. He could possibly beat one guy, but he'll be gassed in the end when facing the second. Also, Murray in the past has shown that like Nadal, he is susceptible to players that are 'hot'. Wawrinka at the USO is a good example of this, as was the match against Roddick at Wimbledon in the SF, etc. When a player gets hot and gets going, Murray usually resorts to defense which more often than not is a bad idea. He hasn't been knocked out too often because of it, but that is a vulnerability in his game.