Britain's Andy Murray celebrates after winning his semi-final match against Canada's Milos Raonic at the Australian Open tennis tournament at Melbourne Park, Australia, January 29, 2016. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
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Andy Murray twice fought back from a set down to win a grueling five-setter against injury-hampered Milos Raonic Friday and reach his latest Australian Open final against five-time champion Novak Djokovic.Djokovic has already beaten Murray in three Australian Open finals and the world No. 1 will get the advantage of an extra day's rest after he knocked out Roger Federer in four sets in Thursday's semifinal.It will also be the first time two brothers have played the singles and doubles finals at the same Grand Slam after Jamie Murray reached the men's doubles final with his Brazilian partner Bruno Soares.Murray broke Raonic's big serve four times, twice in the fifth set, and hit 38 winners, while Raonic served up 23 aces among his 72 winners, but made 78 unforced errors.In the third, Raonic comfortably held his serve and had break point on Murray's service in the 11th game, only for the Scot to hold on.
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