It's only this year that I've really noticed and watched how Andy Murray plays. Among today's big four (Federer, Djokovic, Nadal and him), he's probably the least flashy player and the more quiet one. Even compared to Stan, who has a very colorful lovelife aside from his tennis life.
Andy has been very consistent this year, reaching the semi's of the past three grand slams. Considering the quality of men playing right now, that's a very difficult task to achieve. I wouldn't be surprised if the final read Djokovic vs. Murray, because this is where Andy got his first grand slam, so I'm sure, his confidence level playing here in Flushing Meadows is very high.
He has two very tough possible opponents though that he may need to subdue before he gets to the semi's - that's Stan Wawrinka and Kevin Anderson.
Federer may also await him in the semi's if he does get through - so it's going to be a tough draw for Andy, starting in the quarters.
Well, actually, it starts for Andy in round 1, where he was drawn to meet one of the hottest upcoming stars in today's men's tennis, Nick Kyrgios. That sets a high bar for Andy to start with in his 2015 US Open.