Andy Murray has earned a berth in the final of this year’s Shanghai Rolex MastersYou can watch and bet on the action from the ATP Shanghai Open at bet365
Andy Murray’s incredible run of form has continued in Shanghai with a superb 6-3, 6-0 victory over Kei Nishikori in Saturday’s semi-finals. The Scot needed only 56 minutes to cement his place in the final, where he will face the challenge of David Ferrer.
Murray produced a sublime display on Saturday, and he was rightly content with his performance. "I didn't give him any chances,” remarked the world No. 4. “If you can do that, then you can make life easy for yourself. And because the courts and the balls are very fast here, if you serve well, you're going to give yourself opportunities because you can definitely put pressure on guys by getting through a few quick service games."
Murray has won his last three matches against Ferrer, but he can expect a serious test from the Spaniard. Like Murray, Ferrer has also qualified for this year’s Barclays ATP World Tour Finals, following a fantastic 2011 season. Still Murray will be fired up for this clash. Victory would give him a memorable Asian swing treble, and it would also enable him to leapfrog Roger Federer in the ATP world rankings.You can watch & bet on the action from the ATP Shanghai Open at bet365 > tennis > live streaming