Miami Open: Andy Murray beats Federico Delbonis to set up Daniil Medvedev match


Andy Murray
Andy Murray secured his 700th win on the ATP Tour at Indian Wells earlier in March

Britain’s Andy Murray beat Argentine Federico Delbonis within the first spherical of the Miami Open to set up a gathering with prime seed Daniil Medvedev.

The Scot, ranked eighty fifth on the earth, gained 7-6 (7-4) 6-1 towards Delbonis.

Murray, 34, a two-time winner, will play Russian Medvedev, who misplaced the world primary rating on Monday.

Medvedev spent three weeks at primary and should attain the semi-finals in Miami to once more exchange Serb Novak Djokovic on the prime of the lads’s sport.

Murray gained 4 consecutive factors to edge an excellent opening set in a tie-break at Hard Rock Stadium – however he made lighter work of the second set, breaking the Delbonis serve for 1-0 and 4-1 leads earlier than one other sealed the victory.

Three-time Grand Slam winner Murray has not gained back-to-back matches for the reason that Sydney Classic in January, exiting within the second round at Indian Wells last week.

Medvedev, 26, acquired a bye within the first spherical in Miami. He has stated he wants to continue promoting his sport, however that he’s undecided if he will probably be allowed to play on amid Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Players from Russia and Belarus will not be allowed to compete beneath their very own flag however at current they’ll compete as people.

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