Honestly Ak, if you believe that it would slightly dent Andy's aura, then I cannot begin to tell you how big a dent Federer has caused by Nadal. I personally feel while everyone has their certain nemesis, some are far more dangerous to their overall career than others. Krajicek was never in Nadal's caliber. Never even came close to threatening Pete's No. 1. It was Riso who went Slamless in the end. This situation vs Berdych is not as a big deal just like the deal between Tsogna vs Djokovic is not as big a deal, but it certainly is a big match up and has the perfect recipe for an upset in a Slam. The reason why I put so much pressure on Andy when it comes to Berdych is because, Andy has a bright future ahead of him and he needs to sort Berdych out right now or else it may cost him a Slam or two, but it certainly is not as big as Nadal/Federer situation. Nowhere even near close therefore, the pressure is not as big as you tend to make. It’s important but not vital is where I am getting at.
That is a fair point, I would agree that Nadal is certainly more of an issue for Roger because he has stopped him winning a bunch of majors than Berdych is for Murray or Kraijicek was for Pete or Tsonga for Djokovic.
Saying it is important but not vital is pretty much spot on, I do see that as a little pressure for Murray, but I actually do not think that is a bad thing.
I saw very encouraging signs from him in Australia, raising his game and beating a nemesis would be another positive step forward for him in 2012, if you take pressure with a positive outlook like that then good things usually happen, I think Murray will get through in 3 tight sets.