Undoubtedly, but I'm not one of them, and from some of the comments I read about the article I'm far from being alone. Of course Murray needs to win a Slam if he's ever to gain total credibility as a great player and Tramlines does have a point that his path to these three consecutive wins might have been made easier by the absence of Messrs Federer and Djokovic along with a somewhat dysfunctional Nadal, but I do get very peed off by smart-ass journalists who take delight in denigrating sporting achievements, whether Murray's or anyone else's. Also from what I read yesterday about Murray's own feelings about his recent successes, I don't get any sense of complacency, as Tramlines's suggests, rather a determination to build on them. I really do think he's taken a good hard look at himself after his defeat in the USO, hence his willingness to listen to and take on board the advice of the Adidas team. His whole thinking has changed. So I say, give the man a break and let's see what he achieves in 2012.