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Novak Djokovic's muted celebrations after ending Rafa Nadal's reign as clay court king were partly out of respect for his Spanish victim but mainly due to the fact the his French Open mission is far from accomplished.The way Murray dispatched David Ferrer in the quarterfinals, and the way he beat Nadal to win the Madrid title, suggests that he can wreck Djokovic's dream.Even if Djokovic wins, there would still be the small matter of beating either Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga or Swiss eighth seed Stanislas Wawrinka in the final.Murray, trying to become the first British man to reach the French Open semis since 1937, said he feels confident, but dismisses suggestions that Djokovic may have peaked too early.
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