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Murray eyes fifth final after incident-packed Australian Open

Britain's Andy Murray celebrates after winning his Australian Open men's singles quarter-final match against Spain's David Ferrer, in Melbourne, on January 27, 2016Andy Murray has suffered through an eventful Australian Open but he will have his eye on a fifth final in seven years when he takes on a much-improved Milos Raonic in the semis on Friday. Second-ranked Murray, who is yet to win the year’s opening Grand Slam, also has a wary eye on events at home where his wife Kim Sears is heavily pregnant with their first child. Despite all the distractions, 28-year-old Murray has worked his way to his 18th Grand Slam semi-final for his seventh meeting against big-serving Raonic, with the winner facing Novak Djokovic or Roger Federer in the final.

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