World number one, Novak Djokovic has established a reputation as the most efficient player over the last three years.
On his day, Djokovic is almost unbeatable and his only hurdle to cross into the Australian Open Final was veteran Swiss, Roger Federer.
From the first, it was clear that Djokovic was out to end it quickly, racing to 6-1 lead before winning the second set 6-2.
The signs looked ominous for Federer but then the it seemed as though Djokovic took the foot off the controls in the third set and Federer took full advantage, winning it 3-6.
Hard fought as it was, Roger Federer was unable to prevent a superior and incredible Djokovic from winning the fourth set 6-3.