London, June 21 (ANI): Britain number one Andy Murray remained on course for his fourth Queen’s Club title after defeating his Serbian opponent Viktor Troicki in straight sets in their delayed semi-final clash on Sunday.
Resuming at 3-3 in the opening set after rain had stopped play on Saturday evening, Murray overcame Troicki 6-3, 7-6 (7-4) in a contest that lasted one hour and 38 minutes, the BBC reported.
The Briton will square off against South Africa’s Kevin Anderson in the summit clash for the Wimbledon-tune up event later in the day.
In light of the limited recovery time ahead of the final, Murray said that he would meet his physio; get stretched out; get some food, shower and get himself read for the final. (ANI)