The Serbian world number one downed third seed Federer 6-1, 6-2, 3-6, 6-3 in two hours, 19 minutes and will face either Andy Murray or Milos Raonic in Sunday's final. It was the 45th meeting between two greats with Djokovic now edging ahead of Federer 23-22 in their head-to-head duels.
The amazing Serb continued his recent domination over the 17-time Grand Slam champion and on Sunday, he will become the first man in the Open era to contest six Australian Open finals.

"I played an unbelievable first two sets but that is what is necessary against Roger as he has been playing at a very high level in this tournament," Djokovic said.

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"I knew he was going to be aggressive and mix up the pace and try to come to the net, but I came out with the right intensity with great concentration and I executed everything perfect. But it was a battle in the end," he added.
It will also be Djokovic's 19th Grand Slam final overall and he moves into equal-third place with Ivan Lendl on the all-time list of most appearances in major finals, which is headed by Federer.

The 10-time Grand Slam champion was in sensational form in the opening two sets, carving up Federer in their 15th Grand Slam encounter with his fabulous ground strokes for the loss of only three games in just 54 breathless minutes.

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