Andy Murray defeated Matthew Ebden in the semi-finals of this year’s Shanghai Rolex MastersYou can watch and bet on the action from the ATP Shanghai Open at bet365
Andy Murray is now just two wins away from winning his third title in a row in this year’s Asian swing, after beating Matthew Ebden in the quarter-finals of the Shanghai Rolex Masters (6-3, 6-2). The in-form Brit was fairly content with his performance, though despite getting the match finished in straight sets he felt he could have done better.
"I feel like I can play better,” admitted Murray after the match. “I served well so far. But I think I can hit the ball a bit better from the back of the court. And, like I said a few days ago, it's different conditions to the last couple of weeks. Maybe still adjusting a bit."
Murray has now won his last thirteen matches, and has moved to a 52-11 match record for the season. His recent form bodes well ahead of the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals, which he’ll be playing in front of a supportive crowd.
Murray will be in action again on Saturday against Kei Nishikori in the semi-finals. You can watch & bet on the action from the ATP Shanghai Open at bet365 > tennis > live streaming