The Australian Open is due for some excitement.
With the top-seeded Novak Djokovic facing Andy Murray, it allows the fans the opportunity to see a big upset that will change the landscape of tennis.
On the other side of the bracket, Roger Federer faces Rafael Nadal, which will be entertaining despite the outcome. At the end of the day, if ether Nadal or Federer advances to the Finals, heads will not be spinning by any means.
Obviously, tennis fans want to see the best possible players in the biggest stage. Getting to watch the top four players in the world square off for the first Grand Slam of the year is a treat for the fans in Melbourne, but Andy Murray beating Novak Djokovic would be huge for tennis.
Nadal and Federer have dominated Grand Slams for the better part of the last decade, and Djokovic added an interesting contender with his remarkable calendar year of 2011.
Murray is primed to enter the elite group and could make the predictable Nadal-Federer match into a four-way quarterfinals rivalry.
Beating Novak would make a monumental statement to the world of tennis, and Murray would finally enter into being a regular contender in Grand Slams.