Wimbledon 2015 starts this week, with Andy Murray live streaming from SW19 as the Scot looks to take the third Grand Slam of his career.
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Andy Murray starts off as 11/10 underdog to beat Roger Federer in the quater finals whilst Rafael Nadal looks to dispose of suprise package Grigor Dimitrov in Melbourne.
The top half of the Australian Open is home to several potential winners of the tournament with Andy Murray, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal all destined to lift the Grand Slam in Australia.
Before then, they need to work their way past several key opponents and for Andy Murray, this means picking up a win against the Swiss great Roger Federer.
Murray has reached the final three times in Melbourne but has failed to win the trophy with Novak Djokovic having thwarted his hopes this time last year.
The Scot has not exactly been in the best form since returning from the start of the year with early exits from both the Qatar Open and the Kooyong Classic leaving Murray looking for just a second win in 4 matches.
His opponent Roger Federer has looked in imperious form, recapturing the touch of old as he disposed of the no 10 ranked player Jo Wilfired-Tsonga in straight sets, win in what was a very impressive display.
Its all set up to be a classic, with Andy Murray surprisingly the underdog for the match even though he is ranked higher in the World.
Federer, who has won 13 Grand Slams in his career, has had a shaky start to the year with the sixth seed having already lost to Aussie Lleyton Hewitt in the Brisbane International at the start of the month.
However since the start of the Australian Open, Federer has looked like the player old, gracefully disposing of Tsonga in the previous round in straight sets, 6-3 7-5 6-4, giving new coach Stefan Edfberg the perfect birthday present, with the Swede turning 48 this week.
Rafael Nadal will also have to overcome a local favourite as he takes on colourful player Grigor Dimitrov later in the day.
Nadal has started the year brightly having won the Qatar Open two weeks ago where he defeated Gael Monfils in three sets to pick up his first title of the year.
Grigor Dimitrov has made history, being the first Bulgarian to reach a Grand Slam quarter final, although the number 22 seed will have to play the match of his life to overcome the pace and tenacity of the Spaniard.
Despite the strength of the home support, it should be very close and tight affair, and we are surely in for a classic as Andy Murray and roger Federer feature first in Melbourne – sit back and take in the action online – it could be explosive!