Andy Murray v Novak Djokovic Australian Open Final tennis betting. It is a repeat of the 2012 US Open final, which saw Andy Murray claimed his maiden career Grand Slam title. Can he double it up by taking down the world number one on Sunday at Melbourne Park? The British number one does go into the match as underdog, but then he did at Flushing Meadows last year. Murray overcame Roger Federer in semi final match, a gruelling five setter which saw two of the sets go to tie breaks. The younger Murray had the extra stamina and legs to get over the line to join Djokovic in the final, but the Scot would have been hoping for a quicker passage to get there. It was a big effort to battle past Federer and now his powers of recovery will be tested.
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Novak Djokovic has been pushed a little bit through the 2013 Australian Open, but then he went and destroyed fourth seed David Ferrer in his semi final in straight sets. It was an ominous performance from the world number one, clearly signifying that he is not going to be giving up his title easily. Djokovic is going for his third Australian Open title in a row and he will have had an extra rest compared to Andy Murray ahead of Sunday’s showdown. The bookies are siding with Djokovic, especially after his semi final powerhouse display.
The head to head for Andy Murray v Novak Djokovic betting stands in favour of the Serb. Djokovic leads 10-7 and they went up against each other seven times last season, including the semi final of last year’s Australian Open, which was won by Djokovic. Djokovic won four of the seven meetings last season, Murray’s big victories coming in the Olympics and at the US Open. The two Grand Slam meetings between them last season both went to five sets, both absolute epic classics. Likely to see that again, and a Djokovic 3-2 win in Set Betting is trading at 6/1 at online bookmaker Paddy Power.
Andy Murray v Novak Djokovic Australian Open Final Tennis betting odds at online bookmaker Paddy Power
Djokovic 4/7, Murray 11/8
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