Basically, you're saying MTF is one dimensional .In my opinion, it's just domino effect,people are easily influanced by others ,going manistream like in real life ...Nothing surprising.Disliking someones game is fine , but crude harrassment, insults and stalking is completely different thing.
Murray poor introvert,who doesnt even try to court publicity is an easy target for their mockery, so he's often ridiculed and bullied-again , that happens in real life as well.Nothing surprising.
Just an observation as all. Attacking players are generally less hated than defensive players
I thought this contest was taking into regards on court and off court.
In some peoples minds, the player having a game they don't like is enough for them to be on their lists.