He certainly has talent, and he is able to use a portion of that talent consistently. I don't think he is in Federer or Nadal's league yet, though, and it annoys me when people compare him to our current greats. Let him win a few grand slams before we even begin to think that he is in the world number one and two's league. I also find him annoying and more than a little stuck up at times. His impressions are amusing, but brash and offensive. I was especially peeved when his mother claimed he was already better than Federer, after Federer beat him at the U.S. Open.