UPDATE: Andy Murray will take on Roger Federer this morning on Stadium court at 0830 BST - discuss here
It's a dream come true for Andy Murray, who managed to beat home favourite Paradorn Srichaphan in the Thailand Open to reach his first ATP Tour final today.
The 18-year-old Scot battled back from a set down to triumph 6-7 7-5 6-2 and clinch a dream final against world number one Roger Federer on Sunday.
MurraysWorld reporter, Kundalini said:
Andy struggled throughout much of this match but only once did he lose his serve and that was in his very first service game when a woeful smash finished in the net to gift Srichaphan the early break. By staying in the match he gave himself a chance, and for once it was not Andy that tired towards the end but his opponent.
Srichaphan played some superb tennis at times, hitting big serves, attacking Andy's second serve with forcing backhands, and coming to the net to use his stop volley to great effect. But every so often Srichaphan would throw in a wild groundstroke and despite winning two or three points on nearly all of Andy's service games, that second break was elusive.
Read Kundalini's full analysis here
- BBC Interview: Andy Murray
- BBC Interview: Mark Petchey
- MW Gallery: Thailand Open (5 new)
- Thailand Open: Main Singles Draw
- Official Thailand Open Website