The Canadian faces Andy Murray in Melbourne this morning
Novak Djokovic awaits either Andy Murray or Milos Raonic in the Australian Open Final as the Canadian star looks to reach his first Grand Slam Final.
It is the fourth time Raonic has reached at least the quarter-finals of a Grand Slam in his career. Whatever happens against Murray, the Canadian at least matches his best Grand Slam result when he reached the 2014 Wimbledon last four.
ESPN analyst Luke Jensen spoke to Off the Ball last night about the semi-final and Raonic's Scottish opponent. Murray has apologised in recent days for his behaviour on court and Jensen claims that is because of the stress Murray puts himself under.
"Murray has always been a guy that plays on the edge. He has been part of the big-four but was always known as the fourth guy."
"He is in the middle of this career fight for respect. He knows that this is not any other major. This is the major where he has been four times the finalist and so there is an edge to him here... He wants to get to the final and he wants to beat Djokovic. If he can do that then it is another unbelievable monument to his career.