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Two-time finalist Marat Safin was almost lost for words as he tried to come to terms with his awesome five-set victory over Roger Federer in the semi-finals of the Australian Open.
The fourth seed saved five match points against the world No 1, who himself had to recover from match point down before eventually losing 9-7 in the deciding set.
"You to understand I'm not playing just a simple player, it's the number player in the , Roger," said the Russian, who was gaining revenge for defeat to Federer in last year's final.