The most anticipated semifinal match of men's 2013 Australian Open is all set betweenand Andy Murray on Friday at Melbourne. The winner of this matchup will battle it out against Novak Djokovic in the final. Check this page for Ferderer vs Murray live score updates and highlights.
Ferderer and Murray are 2-2 in their last four encounters, with Federer both bagging the Wimbledon final and at the ATP World Tour Finals, while Murray won the gold-medal match at the Olympics in London and their Shanghai Masters semifinal. Murray leads 10-9 in their head to head matchup but the takeaway from that record seems the Scot han't win a Grandslam finals against Swiss maestro.
At 31-years old, Federer continues to prove himself that he's still at the top of his game as one of the finest player on his generation. The downfall of Federer is still very remote as he no problem dispatching much touted young talents like Milos Raonic and Bernard Tomic with dominance. Ferderer overcame five-set thriller duel against determined Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the quarterfinals. Federer’s natural volley skills and experience playing in big game lime lights all points to his favor which Murray still has to prove.
Meanwhile, Murray has been playing his best tennis by making the semifinal without the loss of a set. Today's game is best time to prove that he can now consistently come out on top against Ferderer with Grand Slam is at stake. Murray has displayed an increased aggression in his game besides having the abilitiy to cover grounds defensively. If he can display hois willingness to take the initiative that he showed in winning the US Open, then Murray has the edge on this game. Murray’s serve is important on this game to keep Federer at bay on the second. Murray, 25, is still on the rise but if his at the peak of his game is still to be determined in this game.
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