Posted on November 11th, 2012
It hardly took 33 minutes for Andy Murray to reach the semi-final match of Barclay’s ATP World Tour Finals. In spite of performing brilliantly, there was nothing that Tsonga could do to stop Andy win the match. Andy was in a good form and within 33 minutes he defeated Tsonga.
Murray will be meeting Federer in Sunday’s semi-final match until and unless Juan del Potro appears to the Swiss Group B on Saturday. Murray’s brilliant performance against Tsonga was exceptional. After winning the match, Murray said that it was a tough match for him as he was playing against a brilliant performer like Tsonga.
Tsonga, no doubt is a brilliant performer but he lost the match because of his own mistakes. The French professional was spotted in a bad mood after the match ended. Tsonga’s tennis career started in 2003 when he grabbed the US Open Juniors title by defeating Marcos Baghdatis.