Agree, but what bothers me the most is who should be considered member of the big 3 instead?
There wouldn't be a big 3 if you were to consider the number of slams only.
Hewitt has 2 slams, maybe he should be considered in this equation, no?
This whole thread is pointless. You consider "the big 4", 3, 5 or whatever, the players whose achievements and consistency creates a gap between them and the rest of the field. And given this definition, and since we should probably talk about the PRESENT, Murray damn well deserves the right to be considered part of "the big 4". Right now, he deserves it more than Nadal even.