Murray sits around out of another slam final this year and sees another one go to another one of his peers he is supposed to be passing. He gets outperformed by his fellow top 5 (or the new one) and of all the top 6 he has had the worst slam results. With Rafa having a W, 4R and SF, Fed having 2 F and 2 W, Djokovic having 2 QF 1 3R 1 SF, Roddick having 1 F, 1SF, 14R, 13R and Del Potro having 1 QF, 1SF, 12R and 1W. Murray might be ranked number 2 but it is slowly starting to seem as if he is becoming a great best of 3 set but not a great best of 5 set player. As much as you want to say "give him time to develop" we watch players who he is "superior" to outperform him at the biggest events. It started with the AO when he was pegged a favorite yet fell to Fernando Verdasco only to see guys like Roddick and Nadal who people said he was superior to on hardcourts go deep in. Than at France after his half fell apart with the disappearance of Nadal he saw himself out to Gonzo and Fed win. This wasn't that bad because Murray does perform quite badly on clay. However then coming into wimbledon when it was made easier with the absence of Nadal, him put in the half without Fed, and it was supposed to be them clashing in the final he goes out to Roddick. A player who once again he was supposed to be past. Now he finds himself getting beat by Cilic a guy who he had control of since they went pro to only see Cilic get beat by Del Potro a player who had just recieved heavy criticism for fitness and many felt could not win a slam do the nearly impossible in taking out Nadal and Federer in a row to win the slam and once again leave Murray sitting at home. On hardcourts his best surface where he saw his peers all outperform him. So after all of this what is going to happen with Murray? Did this hurt his confidence? Should he go to the drawing board? Why is his game not working in the five set matches? Is it maybe his maturity and his nerves?