Originally Posted by Clydey
He's better than both. Unfortunately, he's playing against much more difficult top players than either Hewitt or Safin had to deal with.
Players are judged relative to how they fared in their own era, so that works against Murray at this point.
This is complete BS. Odds are Murray would never have even sniffed a Slam if he was peaking at the same time as Federer. If anything, Murray has it much easier now without such a dominant force around to take him to the cleaners (Hewitt's case) time and time again.