I'm a pretty objective person, even if I say so myself. I'm critical of Murray too.
But the difference is I don't have a sinister agenda here that is against the very point of participating in a fan forum for Andy Murray in the first place.
After yesterday's performance the idea that it's a big ask to beat Kukush convincingly when he's coming off a 5 setter with an injured Monfils, is to me twaddle also & i suspect more to do with wishful thinking than anything analytical.
Look as I said before this is a guy Murray should beat, even though he stuggled with him in Brisbane he's come a long way from that.
Kuku would have won a lot easier v Monfils but for inexperience at this level and letting the crowd get to him.
Murray has been a little more aggressive this week that is encouraging for him but he's going to need to maintain that, kuku has a huge forehand and will be teeing off on anything short, so if Murray reverts to his instinctive style of play which is passive then the potential is there for kuku to extend this match beyond 3 sets.