“It’s the following day when you feel it often,” Murray said.
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Andy Murray moved a step closer to the semifinals of the ATP Tour Finals as the world No. 1 wore down Kei Nishikori in a grueling 6-7 (9), 6-4, 6-4 victory that took over three hours Wednesday.When Nishikori earned another break point at 5-5, Murray again wriggled out of trouble, but then squandered a set point in the next game.In a thrilling tiebreak, Murray came from 3-6 down and saved four set points.Nishikori responded by leveling at four-all, only for Murray to break again and close out the set.Murray broke again, yet Nishikori didn't go quietly and he got one break back before the Scot at last aced one of his most demanding tests this year.
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