You know it is and it isn't. It misses out the fact that off court Andy is a shy gentle and very polite guy . This article makes him sound as if he is a tough guy who doesn't give a toss for anyone whereas in fact we know that Andy was mentally scarred by the torrent of abuse and hatred directed at him over the football remark. He had death threats while at Wimbledon FGS. We know that it persists to this day. Andy Murray was and still is a victim of racism within the UK and that is not an exaggeration, That is why he has been so mistrustful of people and deliberately retreated from the limelight which the teenage Andy was keen to enjoy. That is why he is so awkward and tentative in interviews with a media which has been content to rip him apart in the past and now wants to write glowing but deeply patronising articles like this one. Our man got to number one with sheer talent and hard work and despite a total lack of support from the English media and the home counties.
I take your point neverhurry but I enjoyed the article nevertheless and I suspect it would have appealed to many NS readers who might not be Andy fans. Just one point - he may still be the subject of anti-Scottish feeling among some English people but that's not racism. Sorry to be pedantic but I think it's important not to use the term racism in a non-racial context.