Murray said: "Once you get to the semi-finals or finals here, both matches will be in the evening.
"Ideally it would be nice to get a [quarter-final] match in the evening but if not you just get on with it.
“Sometimes the schedule works well for you and sometimes it doesn't work out perfectly.
"I've had scenarios like at the US Open where it worked in my favour.
"Wimbledon didn't necessarily work in my favour this year, or last year, and the first US Open final I played, it didn't work in my favour. But you don't dictate the schedule, you just try and play and deal with everything as best you can."
And they have every right to feel that way!
Fifth match under the hot Australian sun while Federer almost froze the other night.Shame on the organizers!
Originally Posted by: Toni Nadal
Rafael has won more titles than Novak Djokovic, but speaking merely about tennis and about the game, Rafa has to be considered slightly lower than Djokovic. The Serb is such a good player that he is as close as you can get to Roger Federer