The Andy Murray vs Novak Djokovic 2013 Australian Open Men’s Singles Final match will be staged at the Rod Laver Arena on January 27, Sunday. Novak Djokovic, a two-time defending champion at the Melbourne Park, is attempting to become the first male tennis player in the Open Era to win the Australian Open in three consecutive years (although he’s a three-time champion with his first title win in 2008). Meanwhile, Andy Murray is aiming to win his second Grand Slam singles title. He’s a former two-time finalist in Melbourne and is raring to move a step further and solidify his place in the world’s top three.
Djokovic leads their head-to-head series record with 10-7. In 2012 alone, the pair have played against each other seven times with Djokovic posting a 4-3 win-loss record against the Briton. However, Murray had significant wins against Djokovic last year including their semifinal match at the London Olympics on his way to winning the gold medal and beating the Serbian in the final of the US Open to finally win his first Grand Slam singles title.
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