Murray to review 2015 Djokovic clash ahead of Australian Open final
World number two will face Novak Djokovic in the showpiece match in Melbourne.
Andy Murray knows he cannot afford any slip in standards as he aims to review footage of last year's final before facing Novak Djokovic in a bid to claim his first Australian Open title.
The Scot came through a tough five-set encounter with Milos Raonic to take his place in the final in Melbourne as he aims to claim the crown at the fifth time of asking.
World number one Djokovic was in imperious form as he beat 17-time Grand Slam winner Roger Federer on Thursday and Murray says he can't afford any lapses in concentration.
And Murray will take inspiration from last year's clash with the Serb, saying: "We’re played a lot in the last couple of years. Last year here is a good match to look at because the tennis in my opinion wasn’t miles apart.
"It was a very close match for three sets and in Miami when we played there then a couple of sets were very tight. The French Open was close as well and I managed to get the win in Canada in a very close match.
"The most important thing is to sustain my level for long enough and not just for one set here or there or a few games.
"I need to do it for a very long period if I want to get the win and that’s my challenge on Sunday."