it's because Murry your lucky one slam wonder (who should gratefully thank to Nole for donating that slam btw) will never be as good or popular as Djokovic, so you'll keep crying and boring us to death with your silly posts and silly threads, lol. oops, did I just say this? so proud of myself.
Murray may never be as good a Djokovic, but I dispute the popularity comment. Also hard to call a 5 times GS finalist (1 win and 4 RU) a lucky one slam winner.
Murray, as expected, is more popular at Wimbledon, but I note had far more of the support during the US Open final, and it will be interesting to see the support at the AO in January 2013.
If Murray was lucky to win US Open 2012, then that would certainly apply, even more, to Djokovic in 2011, when he survived being 2 match points down in a Federer serving game. Djokovic did very well to extend the match to 5 sets in the US Open final, but was spent in the 5th set. In fact, Murray came nearer to beating Djokovic at AO 2012, than Djokovic to beating Murray at US Open 2012.
Some of your comments in this post may come accross as silly.