I was a good article, it was also a witty article.
But in the end it was a typically British article. That is, the British media thrive on these sort of scenarios where the Great British hope fails to deliver at the critical moment.
There have been many successes by British sportsmen over the last 10 years ranging from Athletics to Rugby to Cycling to Formula One. Or is that "Unbritish" to actually have winners?
It's a bit unfortunate, but performance on the football pitch in major competitions seems to set the temperament of the majority (or at least the most vocal) sports journalists. Murray is a victim of it in as much the cricket, snooker, rugby, rowing, swimming, cycling and Formula 1 sports men and women are.