Britain’s Andy Murray reacts to winning a point in his men’s singles semi-final against Canada’s Milos Raonic. Photo: AFP Britain’s Andy Murray reacts to winning a point in his men’s singles semi-final against Canada’s Milos Raonic. Photo: AFP
Britain’s Andy Murray reacts to winning a point in his men’s singles semi-final against Canada’s Milos Raonic. Photo: AFP

Andy Murray sinks Milos Raonic in five sets to reach fifth Australian Open final

World No 2 faces Melbourne Park nemesis Novak Djokovic in Sunday’s match, where the Scot, whose defensive efforts helped him conquer the Canadian in the semi-final, hopes to break his drought

Britain’s Andy Murray reacts to winning a point in his men’s singles semi-final against Canada’s Milos Raonic. Photo: AFP Britain’s Andy Murray reacts to winning a point in his men’s singles semi-final against Canada’s Milos Raonic. Photo: AFP
Britain’s Andy Murray reacts to winning a point in his men’s singles semi-final against Canada’s Milos Raonic. Photo: AFP
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