I agree with Trane, and whilst I'm a huge fan of the playing ability of the likes of Federer, Djokovic, Nadal etc, I'm utterly bored with their constant praise of each other at interviews. All this arse licking is way over the top and I wish they'd go back to the days when players didn't try to hide their dislike for each other. I'm not saying the mentioned 3 do hate each other but it all comes across as incredibly false to me.
You should just give up dufftown, unfortunately people's perceptions of Andy Murray border on ignorance. A lot of it stems from the shoddy journalism surrounding him being accused of 'anti-English' sentiment during the time of a major football tournament (which was later proved to be complete bollocks anyway).
He's basically just a passionate and hard-working (and successful) sportsman, who hates to lose and doesn't hide his negative emotion as well as others, tennis is a pretty lonely sport during matches. He's had his demons in terms of mastering the psychological side of the game, and doesn't interview especially well.
He's the most successful tennis player this country has produced for over 70 years, and a role model to thousands of kids playing/looking to take up the sport.
And yet people find it quite easy to 'hate' the 'miserable cunt'. It's nothing short of pathetic.
Probably not their fault and more to do with their media people advising them but still..
Murray doesn't seem quite so cheesy as the others and I'm not too interested in how nice or funny he is on camera. I've never looked at sports people for those qualities.