I think we all know that he is trying to "stir the pot" it's just so bloody annoying.
I'm not saying Murray isn't carrying an injury, but what an incredibly mobile performance today again from a player who only two days ago was walking on crutches. Physios can do a lot of good things but they can't work miracles - and I know that because I once had intensive physio myself for a relatively small tendon tear in my shoulder which kept me off work for a month.
Also Murray said he needed to have two scans. Surely a tear of any concern would have been picked up in the first one unless the doctors were totally incompetent.
I wonder too just what pills he's been taking since that amount of painkillers and anti-inflammatories (9 in the morning and the same at night) would knock most people sideways, and Murray has been remarkably sharp, any losses of concentration being pretty much par for the course.
Unfortunately it just means that if he does really pick up a serious injury, like he did with his wrist in 2007, people will still find it hard to believe him. The expression 'cry wolf' comes to mind.