Gold medal winning Andy Murray is the thorn in Federer's side. The overall series stands at nine-to-eight, but what's more telling is that Murray and Federer always have extremely competitive and close matches just like what two of the top four players in the game today should have.
Despite Federer winning three of the last four versus the British star, Murray still holds the edge in the series. This is due to Murray winning six of their first eight matches against each other and holding the lead in the series ever since.
Their styles match up well, but if there is one man who would be worth putting money on in a match against Federer, it's Andy Murray.
All match stats are from the ATP official website.
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