Britain's Andy Murray celebrates taking the first set during his men's singles match against Australia's Bernard Tomic on day eight of the 2016 Australian Open tennis tournament in Melbourne on January 25, 2016. AFP PHOTO / SAEED KHAN
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World No. 2 Andy Murray, four times a losing finalist, will continue his pursuit of a first Australian Open title against eighth seed David Ferrer in a quarterfinal match Wednesday.Murray has won his last five matches against the 33-year-old Ferrer, but the Spaniard is in dominant form in Melbourne and is the only player in the men's draw to reach the last eight without dropping a set.Murray, who is five years younger than Ferrer, said age would make no difference in the match.At stake for both players is a first semifinal appearance at the tournament.
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