Australian Open: Djokovic v Murray by the numbers

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Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray are set for another intriguing clash when they face off in the Australian Open final for the fourth time.

Djokovic, a 10-time grand slam champion and the dominant world number one, is aiming to match Roy Emerson's record of six Australian Open titles.

He has beaten Murray in three of his previous five finals in Melbourne, including last year.

Murray is eyeing a third major title and first in Australia, where he is a four-time runner-up.

We look at their stats at this year's tournament.

 

STATISTICAL BREAKDOWN

Djokovic [1] v Murray [2]

ACES

Djokovic - 53

Murray - 64

FIRST SERVE POINTS WON (percentage)

Djokovic - 76

Murray - 79

RETURNS IN (percentage)

Djokovic - 77

Murray - 75

RETURN POINTS WON V SECOND SERVES (percentage)

Djokovic - 61

Murray - 61

WINNERS/UNFORCED ERRORS

Djokovic - 233/225

Murray - 234/177

RALLIES 0-4 SHOTS WON

Djokovic - 428/744

Murray - 485/832

RALLIES 9+ SHOTS WON

Djokovic - 119/220

Murray - 98/187

TOTAL BASELINE POINTS WON

Djokovic - 407/758

Murray - 392/750

TIME ON COURT

Djokovic - 14:54

Murray - 16:09