Oh cmon that really isn't a valid argument
If Andy had won IW for the last 5 years, he would still be promoted behind Federer and Nadal, likewise if Federer had been knocked out of every first round for the last 5 years he would still be promoted higher than Andy, and even if Andy was number 2 in the world, Federer and Nadal would be promoted higher.
If you think about it, if both Federer and Nadal were outside the top ten they most likely would be promoted higher, this is my issue.... The tennis watching community seems to have lately swung towards the Fedal era being over and the new boys in town Murray and Djoko taking their place, but tennis tournaments around the world have not cottoned onto this fact, even journalists have stated that they think this is where the future of tennis lies, heck i even saw a quote on a forum the other day calling this the Muzzovic era
It is kind of valid, when the guy hasn't won a round for 2 years and not even come close to reaching a QF in 3 years.
Besides, Federer and Nadal are still bigger draws as it stands, like it or not. The ATP has usually named Andy before Rafa in articles talking about the Big 4, ever since he's been ranked above him. Hence, they haven't even included Rafa in their video intro. What is so horrible about him being somewhat of an underdog? It makes victory even sweeter. As Nadal said, maybe it's not time to bury Fedal just yet. Federer is still ranked ahead of Andy and the defending champion there, so it's only natural that he gets more promotion. When/If Andy wins more slams and gets to number 2, I'm sure he will get more recognition. It all takes time. Djokovic had to live in their shadow for years as well and no one was talking about a Big 3 until after Wimbledon 2011, although Djokovic won his first slam in 2008.