Not in 2012.
Murray is playing the best tennis of his career, and Federer was his victim once again on Saturday at the Shanghai Rolex Masters, losing 4-6, 4-6.
Murray made it to the Wimbledon Finals, won Gold at the 2012 Summer Olympics and won the 2012 U.S. Open, his first career Grand Slam.
Have you ever heard of the expression, "When it rains, it pours"? Murray is positively living this expression.
Since winning gold, Murray has looked and played like the best in the world. He's been scorching hot, and it doesn't matter who is in his way.
It could be arguably the greatest grass-court player in the history of the game, Roger Federer. It could be the best hard-court player in the world, Novak Djokovic.
Are you concerned about Roger Federer?
It doesn't matter. Murray is so hot right now, I could even see him square off with a healthy Nadal on clay.
Murray is using a great return game, to go along with his awesome endurance and passion, to outclass his opponents. He is also hitting all of his shots with precision.
This loss has everything to do with Murray, and less to do with Federer.
Federer's 2012 was great even for his high standards. According to ESPN statistics, Federer is 61-8 in 2012, including his Wimbledon Grand Slam and silver at the London Olympics.
He also won six singles titles and regained the No. 1 ranking. Not too bad for a 31-year-old.
Federer's performance at the Shanghai Rolex wasn't ideal, but let's consider who he went up against.
Right now, Murray could defeat any player on any surface.