I know many here dislike Murray because of his behaviour and various other factors, but I assume your respect for him must have increased substantially following this match. He demonstrated in 2 matches the ability to defend and attack according to the situation. I do not ask people to like him (he can be very irritating), but feel he should get much more respect.
He has still not won this tournament and probably will not, but unlike Henman and Rusedski who tried the best but came up short, Murray looks like he will one day, over the next few years, convert and win a grand slam.
I am starting to feel more confident of a Murray win at Wimbledon this year. Britain has waited so long but unlike Taylor, Henman and Rusedski I sense Murray will deliver.
*Tweaked this a bit cause I can't properly quote the original post.
I wholeheartedly agree with this.
I said months ago that Murray would win his first slam this year, and I maintain it. He's always had all it takes, but his obsession with his UEs has brought him to a comfort zone of pushing that works against most players, but not against the best at the big stages. He is an intelligent player, and I was hoping and expecting that with the new year he'd realise he had to change, and it looks like he did. Hopefully I'm not wrong and it's not just a thing of a match.
He really impressed me today. It was the best tactical display I've seen since Federer against Del Potro in RG last year.