Andy Murray equals Tim Henman’s British Open Era win record following Indian Wells triumph
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The pair meet again in the semi-final of the BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells after Murray surpassed Tim Henman’s British career-wins record following a 6-3 6-4 triumph over Feliciano Lopez on Thursday.
Djokovic will go into the match the fresher of the two after his quarter-final opponent Bernard Tomic withdrew with a back injury.
The Serbian enjoys a 16-8 record over Murray, but the Scot will be looking to get one over his Australian Open nemesis.
“You cannot afford not to have everything working properly against Novak,” Murray is quoted as saying by The Times.
“He will be coming into the match very fresh after being given a couple of days rest but I think I will be ready for him.”
The 2015 Australian Open final was one of the most controversial in Grand Slam history, with many suggesting Djokovic feigned injury to break Murray’s momentum in the match.
Djokovic went on to win the match in an epic five-setter.