Murray has won all three of their previous meetings in straight sets - in the Round of 32 at Wimbledon in 2014, in the semi-final at Munich a year later and in the final of the 2016 Shanghai Masters.
Murray was noticeably limping between points and only won two games in nearly two full sets, but Djokovic on Sunday denied he'd taken it any easier on his long-time friend. I can say it is nearly done.
"I don't think anyone will dominate", McEnroe added.
"He's a good guy, Hall of Famer, legend. I think the way he could adjust to his opponents was one of his greatest assets and strengths".
Ahead of his Australian Open title defence, the Swiss maestro doesn't have any specific time in mind but at 37, he can sense he's closer to the end of his career than the beginning.
Since then, Federer with 20, Nadal with 17, and now Djokovic with 14 have surpassed Emerson.
He faces Roberto Bautista Agut in the first round of the Australian Open on Monday.
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"Something was telling me back then that we would have an wonderful rivalry and experience of playing each other on the biggest stage for many years to come".
HIBS have paid tribute to Sir Andy Murray for his "incredible" career and the help he has offered two of the club's rising stars.
"But yeah, sure, like a Wimbledon stands out as maybe a place, but there are actually also many others".
And question marks remain over the fitness of world number two Rafael Nadal who pulled out of his Brisbane warm-up but arrived in Melbourne professing he was "fully fit" and promising to unleash a remodelled serve. "It's not easy to win Grand Slams, it's probably easier today than when we were playing", she told the BBC previous year. Those players will be eager to prove their class and need to be on top of their game to match the quality of some the heavyweights.
"For me it worked very well", Federer said.
"We've seen so many years of Andy Murray being one of the fittest guys on the tour, running around the court, getting always an extra ball back".
For that reason many pundits, including 18-time Slam champion Chris Evert, believe Williams is already the greatest of all time. He's a legend of this sport, without a doubt, multiple grand slam victor, two golds from Olympic Games, Davis Cup. He's had it all. "I wish him a painless future in whatever shape or form that is, on or off the court".