I've often wondered about Andy Murray winning a grand slam. I think he has the tenacity though I have wondered about his physical strength. The fact that he has an injured wrist is worrying, but then Nadal was out for a long while while he had an injured ankle - which fortunately seems to be a thing of the past. Maybe Murray will grow beyond injury and show us his true abilities. I think it's too early to tell if he will ever win a slam - Wimbledon or any of the others. Personally, I think Djokavic is the one to watch - and what a pleasure that always it, with his run here in SW19 being particularly good. I spotted Andy Murray very intently watching Djokavic last week. What a match-up they're going to be in years to come.
As was written on the Wimbledon.org website: "Djokovic, whose momentum this year has gathered pace like a downhill racer at the ski resort where his parents run a pizza parlour, is luxuriating in fourth seeding, something he could not have dreamed of a year ago. Today he faces Germany's comeback kid, Nicolas Kiefer, who has been out of action with wrist problems for more than a year (are you listening, Andy Murray?). Kiefer came back at Halle two weeks ago and has pleased himself by winning two rounds. To make it three would be an achievement indeed against one of the hottest items on the men's tour."
The difference between Keifer's wrist and Murray's wrist is 10 years as Keifer turns 30 in two days time.
As for Murray receiving a knighthood should he win Wimbledon, as was suggested elsewhere on this website, LOL. Fanciful conjecture at its best. But thanks for the laugh.
No, he's got a good serve but other than that grass doesn't suit him all that well. I see Gasquet as a much better grass court player and Djokovic better all around. I really don't see Murray winning any slams.