Murray on 'fun' Roddick destruction

Andy Murray is a pleased man after having "fun" on the court as he trounces former world number one Andy Roddick to reach the last eight of the Paris Masters.

Murray extended his unbeaten run to 18 matches after dispatching the 1993 US Open champion 6-2 6-2, his only concern being a slight leg injury that required some on-court attention.

Murray also says he is looking forward to the "exciting" ATP World Tour Finals at the O2 in London later in November after Tomas Berdych, Murray's next opponent in Paris on Friday, sealed his place at the men's season finale.