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He is 9-1 in decisive sets this year, which is superior to his 6-3 mark heading into last year's U.S. Open. By winning percentage, he trails only Nadal's 12-1 record.
"He's more clutch," Tennis Channel's Justin Gimelstob said.
Opponents say the 6-3 Murray, whose physical game is built around stellar returns, sleight-of-hand defense and big serving, has evolved in other ways.
According to 11th-ranked Milos Raonic of Canada, Murray has mastered the art of "reeling you in" during points and then extricating himself from what looks like a compromised position.
"You feel like you're so close to winning a lot of points, and he takes them away from you in the last second," Raonic said. "And in the end, it's not that he gets out of them once in a while. He gets out of them consistently."
Raonic, who went 1-1 against Murray on hardcourts last year, including a straight-sets loss in the U.S. Open's fourth round, believes that the Scot also has learned to end points more effectively.
"Sometimes he's still caught up playing a little too defensive, but I think more and more often when you see him grab a short ball he's very dangerous," he added. "Before if you hit a crappy shot in a rally you felt like maybe he'll take it, or maybe he won't."