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  1. Andy Murray loses to Stan Wawrinka 7-6 (7-4) 6-4
  2. Wawrinka will face Federer in Saturday semi-final
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By Mike Henson

All times stated are UK

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You can keep up with all of those matches on this website with added coverage of the first semi-final on BBC Two and of the second on Radio 5 live sports extra.

Two corking matches on one incredible stage.

I'll see you there I presume.

Bye for now.

Tomorrow at the O2

So tomorrow looks like this at the O2:

14:00 GMT: Rafael Nadal v Novak Djokovic

20:00 GMT: Roger Federer v Stan Wawrinka

And Andy Murray might seek out a little red dirt to hit balls on.

"I only have myself to blame"

Andy Murray waves to fans

Andy Murray speaking to Sky Sports: "The first set tie-break was important,but there are lots of points that go into the outcome. The reality is that I did not play well enough. There were cheap errors on big points and I only have myself to blame."

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Matt Harding: Silver lining - if Murray loses he'll be fresher for Davis Cup...

Naveed AfzalStan has looked angry tonight. That backhand is ferocious tonight. Absolutely ripping it now #bbctennis

Match stats

Andy Murray and Stan Wawrinka
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Here are some of the match stats from tonight:

Murray- Wawrinka


Double faults:1-4

First serve %:58-45

First serve pts won %:76-75

Second serve pts won %:48-59

Break pts converted:2/10 - 3/5

Murray's head all over the place in 7-6(4), 6-4 loss to Wawrinka. Belgians hoping Andy's equally at sea next week (may be their only hope).

Wawrinka wins 7-6 6-4; Murray nearly retrieved a double break in second set but paid dearly for letting slip a 4-2 lead in 1st set tiebreak

Stan looking forward to "crazy" repeat

Stan Wawrinka celebrates

Stan Wawrinka; "It was tough battle. It was an amazing atmosphere tonight and I am excited to be back for the semi-finals. 

"I played a crazy match against Roger in the semi-finals last year and I will try and go and get some rest and be ready."

Game, set and match

Murray 6-7 (4-7) 4-6 Wawrinka

Stanislas Wawrinka

Andy Murray tosses some sweat bands and his broken racquet to the fans as he marches towards the dressing rooms before the public address can properly bid him farewell.

He will have frustration to take out on the Belgians.

Which is lucky, because he is not bring much form into the Davis Cup final.

Second match point Wawrinka

Murray 6-7 (4-7) 4-5 Wawrinka*

Andy Murray returns

Andy Murray saves the match point. Back to deuce...

But the Scot is pressed back once more and will have to fight for his life once more...

Match point Wawrinka

Murray 6-7 (4-7) 4-5 Wawrinka

Andy Murray issues himself with a stern telling off as he over-cooks a forehand to allow Stan Wawrinka back to deuce. 

A little over-eager.

And Murray smashes the frame of his racquet in disgust as he offers up a match point with a dolly shot that Wawrinka smashes away.

Murray with two break points

Murray 6-7 (4-7) 4-5 Wawrinka*

Andy Murray
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Andy Murray pops blood vessels and tests his hernia resistance as he silently screams in disgust at an error at 0-30 to the good.

He recovers his composure though to set up 15-40 and two break points.

Murray 6-7 (4-7) 4-5 Wawrinka*

Andy Murray keeps his hand in with hold to love. There was belief stirring somewhere in that game.

Stan Wawrinka has another chance to try and finish this contest on his own tee-off however.

The Swiss has been flaky in the past. A full-blown case of the colly-wobbles needed now for Murray.

Murray breaks

*Murray 6-7 (4-7) 3-5 Wawrinka

Andy Murray
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If this is the start of a comeback, Andy Murray has left it late.

The Scot pumps his fist to the crowd and urges more volume.

He was flatlining in the match. Can that be the game that jump-starts his game?

Wawrinka back to deuce

Murray 6-7 (3-7) 2-5 Wawrinka*

Stan Wawrinka makes his way back to deuce and it is Andy Murray who is standing in the tea-pot pose, staring at his strings and the lines in turn and in disbelief.

Murray with three break points

Murray 6-7 (3-7) 2-5 Wawrinka*

The wheels suddenly look a little wonky on the Wawrinka wagon.

Murray with three break points at 0-40 after a string of errors from the Swiss.

Wawrinka breaks

Murray 6-7 (4-7) 2-5 Wawrinka*

Andy Murray

Andy Murray in a world of pain now.

He will go to bed tonight with nightmares of flashing Wawrinka backhands for company.

Stan serves for the match next.

A severe case of the jitters is the Scot's main hope.

Break point Wawrinka

*Murray 6-7 (3-7) 2-3 Wawrinka

Andy Murray

Stan Wawrinka is not just demonstrating the textbook to Andy Murray, he is swatting the Scot around the head with it.

A lovely backhand stab on the stretch hugs the line perfectly to put the Swiss 0-30 up.

Murray pumps long on the forehand and folds into a scream of anguish. Break point Wawrinka. 

*Murray 6-7 (3-7) 2-4 Wawrinka

Stan Wawrinka of Switzerland

Stan Wawrinka has struck 24-carat backhand gold.

That glorious one-handed flourish is unfurled to devastating effect. Murray is left groping at thin air.

Wawrinka holds to love. Another two service games like that and he is home and hosed...

Murray 6-7 (3-7) 2-3 Wawrinka*

Andy Murray breezes through a serve game to love. A bit of respite for the British kingpin.

But he can't bunker down and take cover. He has to come out fighting if he is to hang around beyond tonight in this tour finale.

Wawrinka holds

*Murray 6-7 (3-7) 1-3 Wawrinka

Andy Murray of Britain

Andy Murray's eyes stray up to the rafters where his coach Jonas Bjorkman and wife Kim are sitting in the gloom.

His errors return as he strikes a return long off a Wawrinka second serve and then floats a backhand long as the Swiss holds serve.

Wawrinka taken to deuce

Murray 6-7 (3-7) 1-2 Wawrinka*

England rugby player Danny Cipriani is the crowd tonight, combining a leather biker jacket with some scholarly specs.

He is sat next to former Strictly Come Dancing contestant Kirsty Gallacher, daughter of Ryder Cup legend Bernard, in the celeb pen.

They will be leaning a little closer in now. Murray has taken Wawrinka to deuce from 40-0 down...

Murray 6-7 (3-7) 1-2 Wawrinka*

Andy Murray with no margin for error now.

Does he still believe that his weekend will include a river taxi to the O2 Arena?

He keeps that possibility alive as he holds off Wawrinka, clinging onto serve to 30.

Murray is on the ropes though, no doubt.

*Murray 6-7 (3-7) 0-2 Wawrinka

Stan Wawrinka

Stan Wawrinka's backhand - the weapon that wrecked Novak Djokovic's chances in the French Open - is starting to spray winners.

Two sickly sweet strikes off that wing zip away for clean winners as the Swiss backs up the break with a hold to love.

Might Andy Murray's mind be slipping towards an area the size of Belgium and Great Britain's upcoming Davis Cup final?

Wawrinka breaks

Murray 6-7 (3-7) 0-1 Wawrinka*

Only one of Andy Murray's eight wins over Stan Wawrinka has come from a set down.

He needs to turn this tanker around sharply.

Wawrinka has 15-30 and then 30-40 and break point as he smokes a backhand down the line.

Trademark Stan and a chance to apply more boot to bottom.

Murray nets! He is looking at the rough end of a break and a set down.

Murray folds in first set

Jamie Delgado

Former Great Britain Davis Cup player

Andy Murray

He fought so hard and got himself in a good position, but unforced errors costs him. It was a disappointing end to the set.

Russell Fuller

BBC tennis correspondent

Murray really did go AWOL from 4-2 up and he's going to have to do it the hard way if he's going to qualify for the semi-finals.

Game and first set

*Murray 6-7 (4-7) Wawrinka

Stan Wawrinka
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Andy Murray dashes his racquet to the floor.

Another basic error. Stan Wawrinka has 6-4 and two set points.

He only needs the one. Murray gets lucky with a net cord that just about makes it over, but he fails to make the most of his get-out-of-jail card, cuffing a lob wide.


*Murray 6-6 (4-5) Wawrinka

Initiative handed back. 

Andy Murray twangs into the tape on the forehand wing as he attempts to go cross court.

Stan outfoxes Murray with a cunning second serve. Murray plonks wide in the next rally and suddenly the momentum has shifted.

Wawrinka 5-4 to the good. On serve, but mojo with Stan.


*Murray 6-6 (4-2) Wawrinka

Andy Murray
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This is tight-rope knife-edge tennis.

Wawrinka holds for 2-2. A weakling of second serve on the next though - and Murray's roundhouse backhand return finds the mark, streaking away for a winner.

Murray 3-2 up with the mini-break.

And he consolidates on serve for a 4-2 lead. Has Stan gone back into his shell?


Murray 6-6 (2-1) Wawrinka*

Stan Wawrinka with an ace on the opening point. Or is it? Yep, approved on video review.

1-0 to the Swiss.

Murray misses with his first serve. A mammoth rally, Murray chasing the rubber off his soles and he finally draws the error from Wawrinka.

And he wins the next point in more straightforward style. 2-1 Murray and on serve.

Stan's an ace in tie-breaks

Russell Fuller

BBC tennis correspondent

Wawrinka has won 33 tie breaks and lost 12 this year.

Murray 6-6 Wawrinka*

And, after 55 minute of premium tennis and via a Murray ace, we are into a tie-break.

Stan to serve first.

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Stanislas Wawrinka

Shohidur RahmanWould it be that much of a surprise to see Wawrinka beat Murray? Fact is he's a better player now. #bbctennis

Paul StaveleyMurray has the game to beat anyone but the big three. Their mental strength is all that separates them from him though.

*Murray 5-6 Wawrinka

Stan Wawrinka clocks back in.

He holds to love to show that he is over that heartache of serving for the set and failing to seal the deal.

From Manics to primal scream

Wawrinka backhand remains my favourite shot in tennis. Something primal about it.

Murray emptiness?

During a break after one game, the 02 crowd were treated to a bit of the Manic Street Preachers on the arena's sound system - 'If You Tolerate this..."

The song reached number one in 1998, when Murray was 11 and Wawrinka just into his teens.

Manic Street Preachers

Murray 5-5 Wawrinka*

Stan Wawrinka has been ticked off with some in the crowd expressing their support for Andy Murray just as he was tossing up in the last game.

His mood does not look like it has improved as Murray tickles in a delicate fluttering drop-shot to on his way to the game.

The Scot has pulled back up alongside the Swiss on the scoreboard.

Murray fights back

Jamie Delgado

Former Great Britain Davis Cup player

Incredible defence from Murray, he was on full stretch for six or seven shots in a row. Andy read the game perfectly. Great movement, great fight.

Murray breaks

*Murray 4-5 Wawrinka

Andy Murray reacts

Oh my.

What a rally. Andy Murray seems to be at Stan Wawrinka's mercy on at least two occasions, but each time he did just enough as Wawrinka did not quite commit.

And finally Wawrinka flops a lazy volley into the floor, allowing Murray to scamper onto the ball to ping away a winner into the unguarded open court.

Murray with a second break point

Murray 3-5 Wawrinka*

Andy Murray has a look down the line on the forehand.

He takes up the challenge. But it is over-cooked and Murray's features rearrange into a grimace.


But a deft backhand volley dies perfectly to give Murray a second break point.