World no.4 Andy Murray comfortably made his way into the Japan Open final as he beat the Spaniard David Ferrer 6-2, 6-3.
He will now meet Rafael Nadal in the final and will try to revenge the US Open semifinal defeat against the world no.2.
The british no.1 managed to break Ferrer twice in the first set, mainly thanks to his impressive ground strokes. As he maintained the high level of tennis throughout the second set, Ferrer didn’t get too many chances to turn the match around.
For Murray, this will be the fifth final of this season and he will go into the match against Nadal full of confidence having won last weeks Thailand Open.
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