Great Britain's Andy Murray reacts after winning a point during his men's quarter-final match against France's Richard Gasquet at the Roland Garros 2016 French Tennis Open in Paris on June 1, 2016. / AFP / MIGUEL MEDINA
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Andy Murray takes on defending champion Stan Wawrinka Friday looking to become the first British man to reach the French Open final since 1937 .Since then, Murray has been relatively untroubled, seeing off big-servers Ivo Karlovic and John Isner in straight sets before defeating home hope Richard Gasquet from a set down.Djokovic defeated Murray in a classic five-set semi-final 12 months ago, but this year they can only meet in the final.In his previous two semi-finals, in 2011 and 2014, Murray lost to Rafael Nadal in straights.However, Nadal withdrew from the tournament with a wrist injury last week while another threat, Roger Federer, opted not to play at all to rest a back injury.But that won't mean he will under-estimate Wawrinka who stunned Djokovic in last year's final.Murray leads their head-to-head 8-7 but Wawrinka has won their last three meetings.
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