Andy Murray will look to win back-to-back Grand Slam titles when he takes on Novak Djokovic in the Australian Open final in Melbourne on Sunday.

Djokovic has won 10 of the duo's 17 meetings, and here are just six of their most important clashes.

2008 Cincinnati Masters: Murray won 7-6 (7/4) 7-6 (7/5)
Murray edged the first meeting between the duo to claim his maiden Masters Series title. The biggest title of his career to date, Djokovic had however won the first of his three Australian Opens earlier in the year.

2011 Australian Open Djokovic won 6-4 6-2 6-3
A losing finalist to Roger Federer in his first Grand Slam final at the US Open in 2008, Murray lost in straight sets 18 months later to the Swiss in Melbourne. His third Slam final came against Djokovic and again he was defeated without winning a set. Djokovic thrashed his opponent for the first of a glittering triumvirate in 2011, going on to win at Wimbledon and Flushing Meadows. Murray meanwhile reached the last four at the French Open, Wimbledon and Flushing Meadows.

2012 Australian Open: Djokovic won 6-3 3-6 6-7 (4/7) 6-1 7-5
A seminal moment in Murray's pursuit of his first Slam, the pair's semi-final meeting at last year's tournament was a monumental clash as Murray produced some of the best tennis of his career only to be defeated by the Serb again. Having hit back from 5-2 down in the fifth, Murray failed to convert three break points at 5-5 and Djokovic broke in the final game to clinch victory after four hours and 50 minutes.

London 2012 Olympics: Murray won 7-5 7-5
Less than four weeks on from his tearful Wimbledon final loss to Roger Federer, Murray was back on Centre Court to dismiss Djokovic in straight sets to set up another final with the 17-time major winner. Djokovic wasted numerous opportunities to break the Murray serve in the second as the Scot capitalised in his counterpart's final service game of each set. Murray went on to beat Federer to take the gold medal two days later.

2012 US Open: Murray won 7-6 (12/10) 7-5 2-6 3-6 6-2
Murray ended Britain's 76-year wait for a men's Grand Slam winner with a victory so gruelling he lost a toe nail in the process.
Djokovic had not lost a Slam match on hard courts for two years, but after four hours and 54 minutes in windy conditions had conceded his US Open title to the overwhelmed Scot. Murray was two sets up but Djokovic stormed back only for Murray, looking the fresher player in the penultimate set, to win the fifth a convincing 6-2.

2012 Shanghai Masters: Djokovic won 5-7 7-6 (13/11) 6-3
Djokovic completed a brilliant comeback after he saved five match points in the second set as Murray serves for the match, prevailing after three hours and 21 minutes.