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Similar to Wozniacki, Murray's only version of success comes in the form of a title. As much as I would like to see the Brit capture his first grand slam, I just don't think this is where it's going to happen .
Murray is in a section of the draw where various players have the potential of creating serious traction against the No. 4 seed.
Opening against Ryan Harrison is not easy and the young American could provide Murray with tons of problems.
Looking back to the 2011 US Open, Murray faced another up-and-comer in Robin Haase in the second round and was nearly taken out by the Dutchman, barely scathing through in five sets. Harrison, if physically and mentally on his game, could pull off the monumental upset.
If seeds hold, Murray would face Alex Bogomolov Jr. in the third round. Bogomolov took out an ailing Murray in Miami last year in convincing fashion. Bogomolov had a career year in 2011 soaring to a career high ranking of 33 and recorded significant wins over Feliciano Lopez, Thomaz Belluci and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga.
In the fourth round, Murray would face Gael Monfils. The Frenchman proved his worth in Qatar after beating Rafael Nadal. Monfils unquestionably has the talent necessary to take out Murray in a best of five match. The question is whether the passive or aggressive Monfils will show up. If it is the latter, Murray would be set up for a true test against Monfils.
In the quarterfinals Murray would face Tsonga who is arguably the most in form player on the tour. I would give Murray the slight edge in this match seeing that he holds a 5-1 head-to-head record against the Frenchman. With that being said, I would not be surprised to see Tsonga take out Murray.
If Murray is able to advance to the semifinals, he will face the deadly Novak Djokovic. Murray is 4-6 all time against the Serb, but most recently took out Nole in the finals of Cincinnati. Djokovic would definitely come in as the heavy favorite. The Brit would have to play an almost flawless match to take three out of five from Djokovic.