Almost certainly the pick of the fourth round matches, this mouthwatering clash pits Olympic gold medallist and two-time major winner Andy Murray against rising star Grigor Dimitrov, who showed he was ready to take the next step in the majors by whipping Murray on his home turf at Wimbledon last year.
Saturday's action at the Australian Open featured Novak Djokovic leading the seeds into the fourth round. The Serb will next face Gilles Muller, who defeated John Isner in straight sets.
After Roger Federer's surprise defeat in Melbourne, top seed Novak Djokovic will attempt to avoid the same fate on Saturday when he faces Fernando Verdasco. Click here for our latest preview from Australia.
Roger Federer saw an early end to the his 2015 Australian Open campaign on Friday in Melbourne, losing to Andreas Seppi in four sets. Elsewhere, Rafael Nadal, Andy Murray and Grigor Dimitrov advanced to the fourth round.
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