Beijing 2016: Murray beats Ferrer and goes to the final against Dimitrov
The Scot Andy Murray – first head of the China Open – has easily defeated the Alicante David Ferrer on Saturday in Beijing and qualified for the final where he will face Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov went through the non – submission of Milos Raonic (3).
The final in the women played the Polish Agnieszka Radwanska (3) and Britain’s Johanna Konta (11). The first beat Ukrainian Elena Svitolina (16) and the second to the American Madison Keys (8)
Murray confirmed that it is one of the best players in the world of time beating a gutsy opponent always as it always is ‘ Ferru ‘ and making it look easy. That of Dunblane in the first set took advantage of the second service especially alicantino barely reached 27% effective.
Therefore, the Scot could break him three times to David and said partial 6-2. The second half was more even but always wore a stepping-stone Murray. Three breaks occurred, of which two fell side Murray bringing the world number two was a 6-3 win what would be his 14th in 20 matches with that of Javea. In the final would be glad Grigor Dimitrov that after his strong performance against Rafa Nadal 6-4 6-2 on Friday did not have to wear in the semifinals with Canadian Raonic.
Turning to women experienced Radwanska beat Elena Svitolina 7-6 (3) 6-3 adding his fourth victory over the Ukrainian in as many games. His opponent in the final will be the rising Johanna Konta, first British that could reach Singapore Masters in years, who dodged the American Madison Keys in three evenly matched sets 7-6 (1) 4-6 6-4.