In the last ATP tournament for Andy Murray this year, he defeated Jannick Sinner in two sets 7-6, 6-3, which meant advancing to the second round of the Stockholm Open and to his second quarter-final of this season. The young Italian is the third Italy player by ATP points, and in this tournament, he was the top-seeded player but did not meet the expectations.
After the match, Brit said that he still can play at a top-level and he can still beat some of the best tennis players in the world. He also added that even when he loses matches, he pushes the opponent to the limit, and he is now confident that he can still compete at this level.
The Brit is one of the best players of all time, and this was the second top 10 win of the season.
In the way of his first tour semi-final in two years, Murray will have to beat the talented 52nd-ranked American, Tommy Paul.