Re: Have we seen the best from Murray on clay?
Now that he's sorted his forehand out, there's no reason why he shouldn't perform well on clay. His 2nd Serve is still a weakness, but ultimately not as important on that surface as the big groundies and point construction.
He moves well, he's obviously very fit, and he's reportedly packed on an additional few lb's of muscle over the winter to give his ground game more juice. Could have been done on purpose by Lendl to primarily prepare him for an assault on the clay season. Makes sense, as there's points to gain. I guess we won't know until we hear it from the horse's mouth.