Andy Murray reaches semi-final at Queens with victory over Benjamin Becker
The world number two will play again tomorrow
Andy Murray is into the last four at Queens following a 6-4 7-6 (7-3) victory over Benjamin Becker.
Murray breezed through the first set against his 31=-year-old German opponent however in the second the world number two found things tougher going.
Becker, a player ranked 105 in the world who has never progressed beyond the third round of a Grand Slam, increased his level of play as the match went on and was able to force a tie-break in the second set.
Yet Murray was able to dispatch him and will now play either Jo-Wilfried Tsonga or Denis Kudla tomorrow for a place in the final of the Aegon Championships.
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