The ATP World Tour Tennis finals continues with Andy Murray v Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Novak Djokovic v Tomas Berdych, Roger Federer v Juan Martin del Potro as fans can watch all the action with bet365’s live stream service.
Andy Murray will be aiming to book his place in the ATP World Tour semi-finals today when he takes on Jo Wilfried Tsonga at the O2 arena.
With the complicated qualifying process in place though, he is also relying on the outcome of Novak Djokovic’s match with Tomas Berdych.
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The Scotsman goes into the final round of Group A matches today knowing that a victory should be enough to see him progress. Then, if Djokovic wins, Murray only needs to win a single set against Tsonga and he will go through.
The British No.1 does play last today though, so he will know exactly what he needs to do to qualify. This will certainly help his preparation before and mindset during the match. The home crowd will also know what Murray needs to do to progress and they will play their part.
Looking at Djokovic v Berdych in more detail, this is of course a match the former is expected to win. The World No.1 showed his class against Murray on Wednesday, winning in three sets and is the leading contender to go all the way this week.
Djokovic knows that as long as he wins one of the sets he will qualify. He won’t be thinking like that though. This is another competitive match and another one the Serb will want to win. The same applies to Berdych who needs to win in two sets and hope Murray does the same.
It is of course the Murray v Tsonga match that will take centre stage with the pressure on. These two have had some excellent matches in the past, although Murray does hold a 6-1 advantage over the Frenchman in terms of head to head meetings and has won the last five matches between the pair.
The thing with Tsonga though is that he can produce an evening of magical tennis. He is powerful and unpredictable, with both attributes working to his advantage at times.
Saturday also sees Roger Federer in action as he takes on Juan Martin Del Potro, with the Swiss magician already qualified for the semi finals with a 6-4 7-6 (7-5) victory over Spaniard David Ferrer on Thursday.
Everyone expects Djokovic and Murray to progress and that is definitely the most likely scenario, but in this format of tennis – anything could happen.