Brad Gilbert, Murray's former coach: John Lloyd, former Davis Cup captain: Tim Henman, four-time Wimbledon semi-finalist: Mark Petchey, Murray's former coach: I agree with Petchey but let's get to the matter at hand. Why should all of a sudden, at the pinnacle of his career, Murray begin to play in a manner alien to him? How can this possibly yield a positive result? He's mastered the art of defence and while he hasn't had success in previous Slam tournament finals, he's grown since then and surely knows how to time his spurts of aggression. Asking him to abandon his well-rounded game in favour of a gung-ho approach vs one of the greatest grass court players of all time seems suicidal to me. What does everyone think?