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Thiem proves too much for Murray


Thiem proves too much for Murray

Number one seed Dominic Thiem put an end to Andy Murray's run at the China Open as he secured a 6-2 7-6 victory to reach the semi-finals in Beijing.

Two-time French Open finalist Thiem had lost both of his previous hardcourt meetings with Murray, but proved too strong this time around, with the Scotsman still in the early stages of his comeback from a career-threatening hip problem.

Murray, who was broken in a gruelling 14-minute opening game, said after coming up short in his third match in four days: "I think there were some really good points in the match.

"I was a little bit unsure kind of how to go about the match at the beginning, I was feeling a little bit tired.

"I wasn't that happy with the way I went about the match after the first game. I went a bit off-track in terms of how I was playing."

Next up for Austrian Thiem is a meeting with Russian Karen Khachanov, who needed three sets to oust Fabio Fognini 3-6 6-3 6-1.

Meanwhile, world number two Rafael Nadal has confirmed that he will miss the upcoming Shanghai Masters due to an injury to his left wrist.

The absence of Nadal should allow Novak Djokovic to close the gap at the top of the Race to London standings, with the Serb currently in action at the Japan Open, where he booked a semi-final spot with a 6-1 6-2 victory over Lucas Pouille.

Djokovic is currently priced at 13/8 to win the Australian Open early next year, with Nadal available at 3/1.

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