Andy Murray has looked a class apart in the 2013 Australian Open, where he has not had to struggle against any of his opponents in the championship. He has won his matches in a comfortable manner. But to be fair, Murray has had an easy run up to the semis, where he did not face any big player apart from the 14 seed G. Simon, whom he brushed aside easily in no time.
The same cannot be said for the Swiss, who has met a number of world class players before reaching the semis. N. Davydenko, B. Tomic, M. Raonic and J. Tsonga are some of the players who lost to Federer in the competition. His ultimate test came against the Frenchmen Tsonga, who took the match to five sets. Playing against such tough opponents before facing Murray could be a good thing for Federer and perhaps he is in the best shape for the semi-finals.
The match just calls for an exciting encounter between one of the established players of world tennis, Federer and the other – an upcoming player, Murray who has been consistently proving himself as a big grand slam player.
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