Andy Murray rallied against Reilly Opelka and reached the first ATP final after 2019

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Andy Murray reached his first ATP Tour final in more than two years with a three-set victory over giant American Reilly Opelko at the Sydney Tennis Classic.

The Scot has been saying for months that deep running in the tournament is not far off, and he has achieved this this week with his best set of results since winning his last title in Antwerp in 2019.

He was disappointed to lose the opening set against Opel’s 6ft 11in after a 5-1 tie-break, but continued to put pressure on his opponent’s serve and won the prize for 6-7 (6) 6-4 6 – 4 wins.

Murray has always performed well against big servers, with his excellent returns and ability to keep the ball in play, it was a strong duel for him.

He has a record of 7-0 against Ivo Karlovic and 8-0 against John Isner, and this victory means he remains undefeated against the giants of the game.

Murray will now be vying for his 47th career title against compatriot Dan Evans in the first final of the British ATP Tour or against Russian Aslan Karatsev.

In an interview on the court, he said: “It’s been a great week for me. I’ll go to 47 tomorrow.”

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