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Rafael Nadal v Andy Murray as it happened

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By David Ornstein

1755: If you'll be kind enough to excuse me, I'm going to run and get some dinner. I'll be back for the second semi-final. In the meantime, why not have a read of Piers Newbery's Nadal-Murray match report. See you in a bit.

1750: Telly a quick interview with Uncle Toni in which he admits he thought Murray was going to win after the second set. Praises Nadal's spirit but admits he doesn't really know where the 24-year-old gets it from. "Hard work," he suggests. Of Rafa's 43 career singles titles, 42 came outdoors and it is a good five years since he triumphed under a roof (in Madrid). Is he about to change all that and win the only significant trophy to have eluded him so far? We'll find out tomorrow. But for now our focus shifts to Federer v Djokovic.

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1747: What a blinder! Feel for Murray. Off to see Nadal and Djoko now - how on earth can they follow that? Will be rooting for the Fed in the hope of the dream final that we've all waited so long for..."
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1745: After a good 15 minutes signing autographs, Rafa finally waves goodbye to his adoring fans. But fear not, people, the great Spaniard will be back tomorrow to contest the final. He looks to be grimacing a touch as he heads to his locker room, but you can bet your bottom dollar he'll be firing on all cylinders come 1730 GMT on Sunday.

Times tennis correspondent Neil Harman on Twitter: "If there was a better three set match than that this year, I must have missed it. In the top 3 of the year in any setting."

1735: "It was a very good match," says Nadal, who is bidding to win the end-of-season championships for the first time. "I want to congratulate Andy for his attitude. He is having a great career. He's going to win a lot of Grand Slams in my opinion. It was a difficult position for me. Andy came back well. He had an amazing passing shot. In the tie-break the only thing I could do was wait for chances. It's a big emotion this afternoon. You know how tough it was for me last year. Being in the final is a dream. Today I played one of the finest matches of my career."

1730: Caught your breath yet? No, me neither. That was absolutely astounding. Nadal advances to the final where he will play either Roger Federer or Novak Djokovic, who meet in the second semi-final at 2000 GMT. For Murray, that's season over I'm afraid. The British number one deserves immense credit for a truly outstanding performance. Unfortunately for the Scot, he was up against a superhuman by the name of Rafal Nadal.


The match is over
Nadal 7-6 (7-5) 3-6 7-6 (8-6) Murray
An unreturnable serve gives Murray the perfect start. And then he gets an early mini-break with a crosscourt backhand that leaves Rafa doing the splits. Crowd screaming for both men. A crosscourt forehand makes it 3-0 Murray and Andrew Castle on BBC 2 says "He's putting the world number one to the sword". It doesn't appear that way as a tentative forehand sails into the tramlines. But a one-two punch makes it 4-1. Murray looks rather annoyed as a backhand return to a second serve goes long and they're 4-2 at the change of ends.

Quick swig of the bottle from both men. "Nadal no longer sprinting to the baseline," says Boris. Another Murray return goes long so it's 4-3 and crunch time. Inside-out forehand winner from Rafa takes the breath away. Is there better sight in sport? At 4-4 a Nadal backhand slice floats just wide. "You don't want to be giving out any donations," says Tim Henman before Murray nets for 5-5.

Thrilling point ends with Rafa wrong-footing Murray with a forehand and the Scot seems to pull his groin, falling to the flood in apparent agony. But he's fine to continue, opts to chip 'n charge and the world number one nets an attempted backhand pass. Ooooh the nerves.

Murray serves wide and opens his body for an off-forehand but it looks out. Challenge... wide. Match point Nadal. Inside-out forehand winner.Game, set and match Nada.
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Nadal 7-6 (7-5) 3-6 6-6 *Murray
Lovely rally to get us under way but Murray fires long to put Rafa in front. And again for 30-0. Vicious forehand winner dips on to the baseline and gives the world number one three game points but outstanding scrambling sees Murray come up with a crosscourt forehand for his 50th winner of the way. A subsequent forehand return is long and wide. This match will be decided by a tie-break.
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Plaslett on Twitter: "Quality battler is @andy_murray Fantastic vs World Number 1. How many other GB sports people turn it on vs the best in the biz?"

Nadal* 7-6 (7-5) 3-6 5-6 Murray
Ace number 19 makes it 30-15 and Murray is pumping that right fist of his. Rafa wide and it that a 20th ace? Crowd think it is. Line judge says no. Double fault number six, backhand long, deuce. Murray nets a forehand. Tres disappointing and that's break point Nadal... and there is the 20th ace to save it. Murray's first serve percentage is down at 51% but he's hanging in there and an off-forehand winner followed by ace number 21 mean Murray is now a break away from the match.
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Nadal 7-6 (7-5) 3-6 5-5 *Murray
Nadal goes long to fall behind and suddenly Murray's looking vibrant again. He couldn't, could he? Murray attacks the Nadal second serve but ends up pushing a forehand wide and failing to return a massive serve down the middle. The world number one's taking an age over points. Meticulous preparation. But he puts a forehand into the tramlines and it's break back point. First serve wide. Second serve in... Murray backhand return down the line... passes Nadal. Murray breaks back. This one ain't over yet, folks.
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Times tennis correspondent Neil Harman on Twitter: "Nadal has a match point but comes up with a poor backhand service return on 2nd serve. Murray hanging on."

Nadal* 7-6 (7-5) 3-6 5-4 Murray
A miscued forehand from Rafa and an ace from Murray make it 30-0 to the Scot. But the British number one then goes long and nets as his opponent cranks up the intensity. 30-30 and Team Murray look resigned in the stands. Their man can only watch on as an inside-out forehand winner brings up match point to Nadal. Murray's first serve is long but Rafa puts a backhand long on the second. And he goes long again at deuce. Uncharacteristic. But Rafa's not done yet and he keeps himself in contention with an outrageous pickup to retrieve a pass just as it seems Murray has the game in the bag. Rafa flicks long once more before Murray succeeds with a drop shot. A clearly-tired Nadal to serve for the match.
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Doubles specialist Rohan Bopanna on Twitter: "Absolutely the best quality of tennis by far this week. Murray vs Nadal. Treat to watch."

Nadal 7-6 (7-5) 3-6 5-3 *Murray
The net denies Rafa to give Murray an early boost but Rafa wins a thrilling net exchange and Uncle Toni is up to toast that one. "Vamos," Toni yells. Murray is annoyed at a netted forehand but he can nothing to stop a Nadal overhead for 40-15. A furious Murray then nets another forehand to keep the pressure on his own two shoulders.
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Nadal* 7-6 (7-5) 3-6 4-3 Murray
Murray gets his nose in front but Rafa pummels him into submission and the Scot breaks a string in finding the net. That's his third broken string of the day. "He probably only broke two or three all season before today," says Tim Henman on the telly. It's looking dangerous when Murray sends an off-forehand into the tramlines but a 17th ace aids the recovery and Murray comes through with an off-forehand that, this time, catches the line.
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Nadal 7-6 (7-5) 3-6 4-2 *Murray
On the front foot from the outset, is Murray, come in to dispatch an overhead and then forcing Nadal to put a defensive forehand long after a series of blistering groundstrokes. Rafa replies with a blink-and-you-miss-it forehand but then goes long once again. Two break points to Murray. Rafa looking a touch jaded as he wipes sweat from his brow and an intoxicating point follows, only for Murray to find the net. A super serve down the middle saves the second break point and an ace sees the Spaniard home. We're on BBC 2 now, by the way.
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Nadal* 7-6 (7-5) 3-6 3-2 Murray
Timely hold to love for Murray but not immune to a bit of stick from his good friend Tim Henman on BBC 1 for throwing in a drop shot at 40-0. "Just close it out," says our Tim.
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Nadal 7-6 (7-5) 3-6 3-1 *Murray
Nadal's second double fault of the match gives Murray 30-15 but a very average forehand from the 23-year-old squares things up and a third ace of the day takes Rafa to game point. Murray drills a forehand approach wide and challenges for a reason unbeknown to most of us. It is wide and the world number one consolidates his break.
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ACE Magazine's Alex Willis on Twitter: "This is only the 2nd time that a best-of-3-sets match between Murray & Nadal has gone to a 3rd. The last was Rotterdam in '09. M won"

Nadal* 7-6 (7-5) 3-6 2-1 Murray
Murray still seems to be beating himself up from the previous game as he lashes a routine backhand approach into the net. But he gathers his thoughts well to produce a winner and an unreturnable serve before Rafa nets. Time to close it out... or not. Murray can't control a Rafa forehand and curves a lazy forehand wide at 40-30. An excellent first serve out wide gets the Scot to advantage but a poorly constructed game point ends with him netting a forehand.

Murray throws some anger at his support team in the crowd - his concentration seems to be waning. A terribly-executed forehand chop finds the net and gives Nadal a break point. Murray tries to chip and charge his was out of trouble but the world number one has his number and the British number one can't pick up a vicious return. Nadal breaks for the first time all match.
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Nadal 7-6 (7-5) 3-6 1-1 *Murray
Now then... Nadal's forehand is falling apart. Don't think I've ever written that before. He twice goes long to put Murray 30-0 up. The Spaniard challenges a call - or lack of - earlier in the rally but computer says no. Murray fails to conceal his anger at letting Nadal get back to 30-30. He then throws a backhand into the tramlines and sees a forehand sail wide via a net-cord. Murray looking VERY miffed. Rafal appears refreshed.
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Nadal* 7-6 (7-5) 3-6 0-1 Murray
It is looking like the perfect start to the decider for Murray as he races to 40-0 with a couple of sublime winner. A double fault and the net check his progress. But a 16th ace of the day arrives just at the right time.
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British Tennis on Twitter: "Murray takes the second set 6-3. An excellent 1 hr 50mins of tennis so far. Deciding set here we go...come on Andy!"

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1608: That was a perfect shot on break point. It could have took down a brick wall. Andy looks so confident now."
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Nadal 3-6 7-6 (7-5) *Murray
Back-to-back unforced errors see Rafa go 30-0 down on serve. Uncle Toni looks far from happy in the stands. Back he comes with a winner but Murray's not done yet... two winner - one on the backhand, one on the forehand - seal the double-break and the set. The momentum is now firmly with Murray. Game on...
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Nadal* 3-5 7-6 (7-5) Murray
You can't help but admire Murray's performance today. The British number one breaks a string trying to pass Rafa but still makes it in to retrieve his opponent's drop shot and beat him with a forehand flick up the line. Rafa then miscues a forehand and, although the Spaniard draws gasps from the crowd with a breathtaking crosscourt backhand winner, Murrar comes through when Rafa goes long and Murray sends down a thunderous ace.
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ChakyPoon on Twitter: "Nadal definitely tiring, going for the big shots. Murray hitting all the big shots. Epic!"

Nadal 3-4 7-6 (7-5) *Murray
A rare miss from Rafa gives Murray the early ascendancy and a truly outstanding forehand drive volley from the baseline makes it 30-0 to the Scot. Rafa challenges via Hawk-Eyebut to no avail. It caught the line. And here comes another big forehand... Rafa's backhand return lands well wide. Three break points to Murray. The 23-year-old is bouncing on his toes. Engrossing point and the crowd think Murray's done it with a poorly-disguised drop but Rafa meets it just before bouncing and flick a stupidly good forehand across court and past Murray. The world number one is not going to drop this game without a fight. Second break point... Rafa's got Murray on a string and the Scot fires long. He's furious with himself. Even more so when he goes long again on the third break point. But now it's Rafa's turn to go long and here's a fourth break point. Can he do it? The tried and trusted crosscourt backhand comes out to play - and it's a winner. Murray breaks. Can Rafa respond?
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Nadal* 3-3 7-6 (7-5) Murray
Brilliant service game from Murray. He punishes a poor Rafa volley to put away a forehand for 30-15 and follows that up with a stupendously powerful forehand winner. An unreturnable serve... and that's the game.
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Times tennis correspondent Neil Harman on Twitter: "I'm sure this is totally the wrong impression but is Nadal tiring ever such a little? I don't think AM's out of this by a long chalk."

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1547: "Since Nadal is serving so much to Murray's forehand, why doesn't he prepare to take it on a lot more. We know that Murray can do it. Remember their semi-final at the US Open in 2008, Murray hit some scarily big forehands."
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Nadal 3-2 7-6 (7-5) *Murray
Murray kicking himself after a couple of chances come and go, Rafa getting to 30-0 somewhat fortuitously. But then a bit of luck for the British number one as a net-cord disrupts Rafa's concentration and he nets an easy forehand before reeling off his first double fault of the set. A deft touch takes Rafa to 40-30 and Murray nets a straightforward forehand. Both men puffing a tad.
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Nadal* 2-2 7-6 (7-5) Murray
"This is turning into a slugging contest, who can hit the forehand harder," says Boris on the box. Murray races to 30-0 before Rafa comes in with a delicate touch to reduce the arrears. But two aces do the job for Mr Murray.
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Times tennis correspondent Neil Harman on Twitter: "Michael McIntyre, Andy's favourite comedian, is in the crowd at 02. The place is throbbing because Murray is giving this his all."

Nadal 2-1 7-6 (7-5) *Murray
Murray tired? Do me a favour. Who ever would suggest such a thing. The Scot looks like a spring chicken as a series of bludgeoning forehands get him to 30-15 on the Nadal serve. The world number one is breathing heavily out there but he manages to swing the momentum in his direction with a laser-guided forehand winner and a mishit return sees him over the line. Michael McIntyre and O2 season-ticket holder Maradona in the crowd, I believe.
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1534: "We are a quarter of the way to a Rafa-Federer final! Vamos Rafa!!"
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Nadal* 1-1 7-6 (7-5) Murray
A tired-looking Murray puts a forehand into the net for 15-15 and a poor drop shot allows Rafa to get into the net and he goes 30-15 up on his opponent's serve with an easy put-away. Murray nets again to fall 40-15 behind and here are two break points. The first goes the way of Murray, with Nadal netting a second serve into the body. The second does, too, as Murray comes up with a delicious crosscourt backhand winner.

And at at deuce, the Scot comes up with an ace. A forehand finds the net to give Rafa hope but Murray then dictates to get his opponent scampering around the baseline and comes in for a delicate drop volley. An ace secures what prove a key hold of serve.
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Nadal 1-0 7-6 (7-5) *Murray
Great rally at 15-0 is ruined by a line judge calling Rafa's forehand approach long when it clearly clipped the line. The Spaniard's Hawk-Eye challenge proves as much. A couple of errors from Murray but then Rafa puts a forehand long and wide. It matters not, though, because Murray spits an off-forehand into the trams. Oh and keep your chat coming through Twitter @bbcsport_david, text on 81111 (UK) with TENNIS before your message, or the 606 messageboards.
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British Tennis on Twitter: "After a thrilling tie break and hour long first set Nadal edges it 7-5. Murray's served 9 aces, hit 18 winners, 1st service % - 91"

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Nadal* 7-6 (7-5) Murray
Murray opens with an ace and looks good for a mini-break until whacking a forehand into the net. The Scot lets out a huge roar of frustration, not to mention a few expletives. Nadal holds to get his nose in front at 2-1 before turning the screw with a venomous forehand that Murray slices into the net. 3-1. Big chance as Murray messes up his first serve and offers up a gift on the second, but Rafa's crosscourt backhand return finds the tramlines.

His response? Yes, a forehand winner that a stranded Murray can only watch. 4-2 and two Nadal serves to come. Serve out wide, into the net, forehand put-away. Great combo. "Meat and drink, bread and butter, call it what you like," says Time Henman on BBC 1.

Murray MUST win the next point. And he does when Rafa completely miscues a backhand up the line. A yell of anger from the world number one. "If that was in golf you'd have to shout 'four'," says Henman. Nadal then nets a backhand and his lead is reduced to 5-4.

Can Rafa serve out? No. One of the longest rallies I've ever seen ends with Murray reading a Rafa pass and volleying himself to 5-5. Crowd on their feet. Stading ovation. "Dunblane comes to the O2," says Boris on BBC 1. But Murray then next an near-impossible running backhand and it's set point Nadal. The 24-year-old from Mallorca attacks his prey with unbelievable aggression and comes in with a drop-dead volley to finish his opponent off.
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Nadal 6-6 *Murray
Disappointing start to the game for Murray - especially with Rafa serving to stay in the set - as he dumps a routine backhand into the net. Rafa opens his chest for an inside-out forehand and nets a forehand return. Three game points. Nadal takes the first when Murray returns long and breaks a string in the process. Tie-break here we come. Wimbledon memories come flooding back...
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Nadal* 5-6 Murray
"You wouldn't call it a serving masterclass but it's been very impressive," says Andrew Castle on BBC 1 as Murray caresses a forehand up the line for 40-0. Tim Henman questioning why the Scot can't seem to play this well on a consistent basis. Rafa goes long to hand over the game. Another convincing service hold. "He looks more grown up today," says Boris Becker.
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Nadal 5-5 *Murray
It's shank o'clock for Murray at the start of that game, a forehand looping out of the court and bouncing just in front of the crowd. A Rafa ace is called out. The nine-time Grand Slam champion challenges and Hawk-Eye backs him up. Some more dogged defence from the world number four (Murray will replace Robin Soderling when the next rankings are published) and a crosscourt forehand pass looks good. Line judge says no, Murray challenges... on the line. Fear not, Rafa fans. Your man chucks an ace down the 'T' and closes out with an overhead bullet.
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Nadal* 4-5 Murray
A forehand winner snicks the line to put Murray 15-0 ahead and he has something of a cushion when Nadal flashes a forehand into the trams. But Britain's finest then offers up a gift and Rafa is all too willing to take it by running round to dispatch a trademark forehand. Murray serve-volleys his way to game point and seals the deal with an unreturnable delivery. The Scot has only lost five points on his serve so far and his first serve percentage is up at 72%. Solid stats.
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Nadal 4-4 *Murray
First look-in for either player today comes when a twisting backhand overhead puts Murray 30-15 up on the Nadal serve. But Rafa responds with a series of stinging forehands to make it to 40-30. Murray then fails to control a viciously spinning ball and nets a forehands to keep us all square. Both men running their socks of out there, and the crowd are loving it.
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Nadal* 3-4 Murray
Oooh, lovely little serve-volley from Murray to get the game under way. Then an unforced error from Rafa. Murray sends down his second double fault but follows it up with two booming aces, the second a 143mph gem. Tasty.
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Nadal 3-3 *Murray
Murray fires into the net but forces Rafa to flick a forehand long for 15-15. A well-executed overhead makes it 30-15, yet when Rafa nets we're level. Murmurings from the crowd... can Andy break? Can he? A rubbish forehand into the net suggest not, and a backhand long confirms it. Did you know... Rafa is one year older than Murray but has two-and-a-half times as much prize money? £34m plays £13m.
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Times tennis correspondent Neil Harman on Twitter: "Murray wins fabulous baseline rally at start of 5th game, brings bench to its feet. Playing v well. Holds to 3-2."

Nadal* 2-3 Murray
Crowd come to their feet as Murray and Nadal play out a 27-shot rally. Amazing defence from the Scot and he gets the better of his Spanish opponent with a superb crosscourt backhand winner. Mum Judy and girlfriend Kim jump up in delight. A couple of aces and Murray's over the line. Fine start from the Australian Open runner-up.
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Nadal 2-2 *Murray
Murray struggles to find his range on the Nadal serve and lashes three shows long before spraying into the tramlines. Hold to love for the 24-year-old from Majorca who, of course, has won everything in tennis apart from this title.
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1428: "With Andy all the way, just travelling back to Scotland through lots of snow after seeing Andy and the others at 02, gutted not to still be there."
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Nadal* 1-2 Murray
You don't want to be starting service games against Rafael Nadal with a double fault. But that's exactly what Murray does. He responds brilliantly, however, with an ace, an unreturnable serve, a stunning crosscourt backhand winner and another unreturnable. The 23-year-old Scot has his house in order.
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Nadal 1-1 *Murray
Bags of aggression from Murray. Good to see. He goes 15-0 up on the Rafa serve by pinning the Spaniard to his baseline. Murray then goes long, wide and nets to put his opponent in control, but at least he's going for his shots. He said he would take a few risks on Rafa's serve and he's doing just that. The world number one seal the game with a resounding backhand that Murray watches sail past him calls "yep".
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Nadal* 0-1 Murray
Solid start from the British number one. Rafa actually snaffles the opening point with a crosscourt winner but Murray hits back with some heavy groundstrokes. Nadal goes wide, nets a service return, nets again and then struggles to control a return. Tidy.
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1417: Hold on to you hats...

1415: Some excellent analysis from Tim Henman on BBC 1, talking about the need for Murray to get the balance right between playing aggressive tennis and, well, not. The consensus is that if Murray serves well, he's in with a shout. Murray opened the group phase with victory over Robin Soderling before being destroyed by Roger Federer and thrashing David Ferrer to seal a place in the last four. Symptomatic of his inconsistencies all season. Rafa won his first set at the O2 with victory over Andy Roddick on Monday and followed it us with wins against Novak Djokovic and Tomas Berdych. Both men into the semis in London for the first time.

BBC Sport's Piers Newbery tweeting from the O2 Arena: "I think Moby is supposed to be relaxing but after a week it makes me want to break things. Big cheer for Murray, huge for Nadal."

1410: Rafa wins the toss and opts to receive serve. Warm-ups under way. BBC 1 up and running. "Andy's got to have his running shoes on today," says Boris Becker. Who we siding with, then? I want to hear from you good people via Twitter @bbcsport_david, text on 81111 (UK) with TENNIS before your message, or the 606 messageboards.

1405: Both players have just been introduced to the crowd at London's O2 Arena, emerging through the dry ice with a ball boy in hand. I'd be inclined to say Rafa got the bigger cheer, but not by much. These two are meeting for the 13th time, with Rafa leading the head-to-head 8-4 but Murray having taken four of their last seven matches including their last meeting in Toronto. In fact, they are 4-4 on hard courts.

1403: "I'm happy to be in the semi-finals," says Rafa, headphones hugging his neck. "This match will be the most difficult for me. I have to play very well, if I don't it will be impossible. His level is very high."

1400: Welcome to semi-finals day at the ATP World Tour Final. "I'm excited, it should be a great match," says Murray. "I need to try and win some free points on my service game and take some risks on his."

BBC Sport's Piers Newbery tweeting from the O2 Arena: "So, Nadal leads Murray 8-4 and has won almost everything going in 2010 BUT Murray has won two of their three matches this year. Rafa in 3..."

1355: Forget about the football, forget about the cricket, forget about the rugby. Today is ALL about the tennis. I mean, how often do you get to see the four best players in the world playing on the same day? On the same court? In London? Rafael Nadal against Andy Murray followed by Roger Federer versus Novak Djokovic. It doesn't get much bigger - or better - than this. Can I count you in?

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