Re: Why the Murray hate?
In all seriousness, all players have their haters, it's a sign you've arrived.
In Murray's case perhaps he has more than most because
1) he doesn't play power tennis and shows no desire to seriously become a power player - he wants to play with more guile and variety and play more counterpunching style, which puts off the sort of fan who thinks good tennis is about hitting hard or if not, hitting harder. And there's a lot of those these days, they think hitting a forehand slice is a sign of gayness.
2) He has little charisma on the court, little charisma in interviews, and has no interest in developing any - he's not a media whore. He wants the support of the public but not at the price of becoming something he's not - his take it or leave it attitude is bound to leave some people cold.
3) While I and others think he has a certain unusual charm in the looks department, he's by no means a classic himbo so he's not going to capture the moist panties brigade.
4) In the case of the Brits, too, it's not unusual for us to want to tear down those who've made it near the top of their sporting profession - I think some would like nothing better to see a Murray scandal all over the sports pages.
Any or all of the above, take your pick.