He has not yet won a Grand Slam, but he has won the Olympics. He got pushed aside in the Southern and Western Open in Mason by Jeremy Chandy, the French man who is currently ranked 32nd, but Murray had been complaining of a sore knee.
Will Andy Murray prove himself at the U.S. Open or will he dwell on his latest performances and channel the negativity from them onto the court?
It will be interesting to see whether Great Britain's answer to the big three of tennis will catapult himself onto the big stage and become a member of tennis' aristocracy.
These are my four expectations of Andy Murray in the U.S. Open.