I watched Murray vs. Robredo last night. He just blew out an inform Robredo in set one. He was moving UNBELIEVABLE traciking down some sick gets, showing power, he looked brutally strong and sharp. Devastating serving, hsi serve is improved. I'm thinking, this guy might win two slams this year, this guy is a beast. it's his time right now. Then Robredo starts playing out of his mind, serving incredible, the best I've ever seen him play really. He wins the match. And it was so similar to previous matches by Murray. He runs into a guy who all the sudden starts playing the best he's ever played in his life. Murray lost to Tsonga two years ago in Melbourne, the year Jo made the final, his best week ever. Murray lost to Verdasco in Melbourne last year, again it was the best week of Verdasco's life. Last year at Wimbledon, Roddick suddenly starts playing the best tennis of his lfe and beats him. US Open, I was at the match, Murray was winning but aall the sudden Cilic starts playing insanely great tennis and turns the match around and beats Murray. It so often seems when Murray is playing slam worthy tennis, he has the misfortune to run into a very good player who plays out of his mind and takes his game to a new higher level. Maybe it's Murray's game prone to bringing out the best in people. Maybe Murray gets too defensive under pressure of a tight match. Maybe Murray lacks killer instinct. He looke dlike a #1 player in set one vs. Robredo. Murray looks so strong and fit and quicker as anyone ever. it's all there. maybe the pressure and expectation from his coutnry is a slight factor which is hampering him. that could be the minute difference. Also Murray plays a little flat emotionally, he might need to be more expressive. he contains his emotions too much. Also in his press conf interviews he totally contains it and presents himself as boring as hell. maybe , that could be a minute factor that's holding him back. I don't know it's bizarre, this guy is a monster and should be winning these matches and slams NOW. These guys should not all be playing their career best tennis suddenly out of nowhere at his expense. he should be playing his career best tennis against them. Murray is a victime here of this bizarre dilemma. hopefully he'll find the solution, he's so close to being the best. you can see it.