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Live tennis streaming: Watch Andy Murray v Roger Federer (Australian Open Semi Final)
Andy Murray may not have lost a set in the 2013 Australian Open so far, but he will have to beat Roger Federer for the first time in a Grand Slam to secure a spot in the final.
Simply click on this link or the Live Streaming tab above and follow the simple step-by-step instructions to watch.
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A quarter final with Jeremy Chardy was negotiated with ease by Andy Murray on Wednesday and next up is an old foe who despite the stat above – Murray has a decent record against Federer.
The Scot has won more of their matches than the Swiss legend and tasted success in the London 2012 Olympics Gold medal match just a few months ago.
Federer had to battle hard in his quarter-final, beating Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in five sets as he was truly challenged for the first time in the Australian Open.
Ahead of the clash, Federer praised how Murray has matured into one of the top players in world tennis: “He’s obviously a great player, and I was very happy for him when he won his first Grand Slam and the gold. So I’m expecting a tough match, of course.”
- Updated: January 22, 2013