Andy Murray looks to claim second Grand Slam title

Andy Murray's moment to win against Novak Djokovic in the Australian Open final. Photo: ITV News

The nation waits with bated breath as Andy Murray aims to put down a marker and claim the first Grand Slam title of the new season.

It's a tournament in which Andy has twice before been runner-up. But Murray has raised expectations, not dropping a single set until the titanic battle that ended with a 6-4, 6-7, 6-3, 6-7, 6-2 victory over Roger Federer in the semis.

But Djokovic also brushed aside David Ferrer, losing just five games in his semi-final.

Andy Murray celebrates winning his Third Round match of the Men's Singles at Wimbledon. Credit: Rebecca Naden/PA Wire/Press Association Images

Coverage of the 2013 Men's Singles Final Novak Djokovic v Andy Murray begins at 8.15am GMT tomorrow on BBC 1 and with commentary on Radio 5 live.

The match itself begins at 8.30am. At the last check, William Hill had Novak Djokovic the 8/15 odds on favourite with Andy Murray at 6/4.

Andy Murray with his Olympic Gold Medal, after winning the Men's Singles match at the Olympic Tennis Venue, Wimbledon last year. Credit: Rebecca Naden/PA Wire/Press Association Images

If Murray manages to beat Djokovic, to win his first major title since last September's US Open, he would become the first man to follow up his maiden Grand Slam victory with another one consecutively.

World number one, Djokovic, could himself become the first man to win three successive Australian titles since 1967.

For more read Murray's Australian Open final.