Originally Posted by Seabs
He'll win one at some point, no doubt. Him, Rafa and Djokovic are all around the same age which sucks for him. Any other era and he already would have won a couple with plenty more to follow. French he'll never win but with Federer reaching the end and not being unstoppable anymore he should win one of the hard court slams and/or Wimbledon in the next couple of years. Djokovic he's capable of beating and Nadal surely can't beat him at every Slam. Plus he's clearly stepped his game up both on and off court a lot under Lendl and that's gonna be the bridge between him losing and winning Slams. Don't see the likes of Ferrer/Tsonga/Potro being a sustained threat to him because they're not on his level. Sure they're capable of beating him on their day but not continuously at slams like Federer and Nadal have beat him. His time's coming up now.
Del Potro hasn't recovered his form yet from his 2009 injury. When he does, then he'll be a sustained threat.
And it's easy to say that He would have won a Slam in another era. I could say that about Tsonga, but it doesn't make it so. Take the 90's for example. You have to remember that courts were faster back in the 90's, and you had Sampras, Agassi, Becker, etc... all at the top during that time. Murray may have been amazing, but he also may have not doen anything in that time. There is no way to tell
Murray is 25 now. His best chance is over the next 2 years or so. Will he do it? we'll see. Now is his best chance though