Don't be so sure about that. Murray's alter ego Mugray showed up again when it mattered. Djokovic was also playing great most of the match. Much higher level than recently. Murray looked fitter though and if this doesn't affect him mentally which I honestly doubt it won't he has a good chance in Australia. Especially considering he will have an extra day off before the final.
Andy is looking fitter, definitely. He took this loss well too from the looks of it. Much better than some of his past losses, but being world #1, coming off a 28 match winning streak and starting the year well will do that. Melbourne will be fun, and the end result of the tournament will be very entertaining.
The AO can't come quickly enough. Because it's going to be as NID as it gets
As NID as Djokovic defeating Andy in Shanghai, Paris and the WTF?
This Djokovic =/= 2016 2nd half Djokovic!
I recommend you to rewatch the match, just to recalibrate your expectations about AO. That court plays fairly slower, and if Murray couldn't win here in Bo3 (where he supposedly had all the advantage: faster court, coming with confidence into the final etc.), he'll given the extra task to do it in Bo5.
As said, he should invent some new tactics, because his usual one isn't working against Novak.
We shall see. That is all.
No. Just no. No1e was much superior.
No2e, you mean? And no, he wasn't. Much superior doesn't equal a scoreline such as this.
Sapeod once again proving delusion does not die out when you grow older.
Truth is delusional? News to me!