LIVE: Murray v Federer – the action from the Australian Open semi-final as it happens
00:01 GMT, 25 January 2013
08:16 GMT, 25 January 2013
Andy Murray is aiming to win his second Grand Slam title in Australia, but first he must navigate his way past old foe Roger Federer in the semi-final in Melbourne.
The pair have had their fair share of entertaining clashes and we look set for another today with Novak Djokovic lying in wait for the winner ahead of Sunday's final.
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8.15am: Although Murray leads Federer 10-9 on the head-to-head record, the Scot has never beaten the former world No 1 in a grand slam. Most recently, he was defeated in the Wimbledon final.
Murray did however earn revenge at the Olympics, winning the gold medal match in London.
8.10am: The temperature has dropped to around 20C in Melbourne as the opening slam of the season draws to a close. The two semi-finalists won't be on court before 8.30am UK time.
8am: Welcome to Sportsmail's coverage of Andy Murray's semi-final against Roger Federer.
One step away: Andy Murray must get past Roger Federer to make his third grand slam final in a row