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Andy Murray is 11/1 with Sky Bet to win both the Australian Open and Wimbledon ahead of his final clash at Melbourne Park on Sunday.
The British number one is 5/4 to end his quest for a Grand Slam title with victory over world number three Novak Djokovic, who is 4/6 to triumph at the Rod Laver Arena, and 10/3 to lose is straight-sets for a third-successive time in major final.
The Scot has his best chance yet of shaking off his Grand Slam hoodoo as he avoids facing 16-time Grand Slam winner Roger Federer at the final hurdle for the first time.
Murray has won his last three meetings with Djokovic in straight-sets and is 6/1 to repeat that feat on Sunday.
Half of the sets in those meetings have been decided with tie-breaks and the online bookmaker offer 8/13 on another at the Rod Laver Arena along with a series of specials including who will produce the first fist punch, fastest serve, line challenge and call for a medical time-out.
Murray will be feeling the weight of British expectation as he looks to end a 75-year wait for a Grand Slam and is 6/4 to fail to deliver one in 2011.
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