Day before meeting with ATP, Murray advances in Madrid
MADRID, Spain -- Andy Murray pressured Radek Stepanek into early errors before pulling away for a 6-4, 6-1 win Monday on the opening day of the Madrid Masters.
Murray's groundstrokes forced Stepanek into 32 unforced errors, and the 17th-ranked Briton hit 14 winners, three of them with his forehand as Stepanek crowded the net. He will next face 15th-seeded Juan Ignacio Chela.
"[That's] one of the best matches I've played, not since I've
been back from injury [but] since ...
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