I'll always remember him for his "C'mons" when his opponents net the ball. Not cool.
Let's not try to make out Hewitt as Murray here. There was an occasion needed for such antics.
At least Hewitt's "come on's" have stood the test of time, even now that he's 10% of the player he was once, he has still aired the same emotions. Completely to the contrary of the currect top ranked player whose personality and more precisely ego, went into hibernation for a couple of years when he did not perform to his initially established high standards.
I know who I'd rather support.