LIVE: Andy Murray v Novak Djokovic – follow all the action from the Australian Open final
00:01 GMT, 27 January 2013
08:18 GMT, 27 January 2013
Andy Murray is bidding to win his second consecutive Grand Slam title when he takes on Novak Djokovic in Melbourne on Sunday.
The two have enjoyed some epic battles, not least in the US Open final last September and the Serbian world No 1 is aiming for a hat-trick of Australian Open titles.
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8.15am: So, what can we expect today Some huge hitting no doubt and hopefully a five-hour, five-set epic. Djokovic has the upper hand over Murray, winning 10 of their 17 meetings as well as both matches at the Australian Open. But the Scot's win at the US Open was a defining moment for him, and for British tennis, and with that monkey off his back, who knows how far he can go
And interestingly, Murray has won four of the seven finals the pair have contested…
8.05am: Seems like just yesterday that I was here looking forward to the US Open final between the same two protagonists. Difficult to see anything other than another classic clash between the two best players in the world right now.
And as John Lloyd said this morning, if Andy Murray wins, he can rightfully call himself the best on the planet.
8am: Welcome to Sportsmail's coverage of the Australian Open final in Melbourne.