Well, let's see how it's going to be against more experienced guys, getting Raonic here and not Murray was pretty lucky.
To be fair, he probably matches up well against Raonic because Kei plays fast and takes the timing away from the big guy. But come on, give him some credit. Bar his early round matches, he played tennis at a level that I have never seen from him before. It's not like Berdych, Baghdatis and Raonic aren't decent and/or "experienced" players to beat en route to a 500 title. If Murray wasn't good enough to even reach the final to face Kei, then that's too bad for him.