Lol, I guess we were reading two different articles.
They way I see it (and why I liked it) is that the article points out that Novak's game and qualities are much deeper than perceived at first sight.
Gebhard Gritsch said something similar in his interview to some Basel papers I think - I don't speak German, but the conclusion is along the lines that you should know your stuff to truly appreciate what Novak is doing. Maybe some German speaker can explain better:
Btw, can't agree that Novak is still not understimated to some degree; it's unreal how often all attention was on Murray last year, and even a number of 'pundits' hinted or declared him as the best player of 2012. Never mind that before Wimbledon he was even top 5 in the race. I can't even imagine how it would look like if it was his 6th slam here, and not Novak's.
Unrelated to all that, here is one more interesting article, about Nole and tiebreakers. It's very long, so just the link: