When Andy Murray takes the court for the Australian Open final on Sunday, he will have the opportunity for revenge whoever he meets in the title match.
Murray went into the Australian Open in 2008 as one of the favourites for the title, yet he was beaten in 4 sets by the talented Frenchman Jo Wilfred Tsonga.
The Scot then managed to have a consistent year in terms of his performances reaching his 1st Grand Slam Quarter Final at Wimbledon, before losing to Rafael Nadal.
Murray went on to reach the US Open Final but was beaten in straight sets by Roger Federer 6-2 7-5 6-2 Murray would love the chance for revenge against the World Number 1.
Somewhat ironically Tsonga managed to reverse the result of the 2008 Australian Open final in this tournament, when he beat World Number 3 Novak Djokovic in 5 sets.
The final will be a night match on Sunday.