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Aimee Lewis

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  1. Post update

    Piers Newbery

    BBC Sport at the O2 Arena in London

    "The annual tradition of media-room maths panic has set in early this year as 'qualification scenarios' are tossed round the room. Basically, all four men in Group B can qualify and a straight-sets win for Murray over Federer is likely to be enough. The way Federer is playing, it should come with a guaranteed semi-final place anyway. Get back top us tomorrow and we'll have the complete picture. Maybe."

  2. Post update

    Tomas Berdych will take on Marin Cilic tomorrow afternoon and they will be followed by a mouth-watering evening clash between Novak Djokvoic and Stanislas Wawrinka. The pair have previous so we could be in for a treat. Bye for now. Thanks, as always, for your contributions. Join us for more tennis on Wednesday.

  3. Post update

    Murray, then, avoids defeat and elimination and receives a high five from his coach Amelie Mauresmo. A match to savour on Thursday between Murray and Federer - but before we focus on that there are Group A matches to focus on.

  4. Post update

    Murray still signing super sized tennis balls, flags and posing for a picture or two. "Andy! Andy!" screams a young girl and the Scot walks towards her with pen in hand.

  5. Post update

    An improved performance from Murray but he will have to step up to another level if he is to beat Federer on Thursday. The Swiss has been masterful in this tournament, beating Raonic and Nishikori in straight sets. Who will win the battle on the court - and who will win the battle of the supporters?

  6. Post update

    Colin Fleming

    British doubles player on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    Andy Murray celebrates his win over Milos Raonic
    Image caption: Andy Murray celebrates his win over Milos Raonic

    On Murray v Federer: "We hear them both say it is a pleasure to play each other, but they get under each other's skin on court and really want to beat each other.

    "I'm expecting a real fierce encounter on Thursday. I'd probably put Federer favourite for the match, but he's already won twice so I'm going to predict a very close match won by Andy Murray."

  7. Post update

    "I'm very proud to receive it," says Murray. "It's been a tough couple of years, obviously with Ross Hutchins, he got cancer last year and managed to get through it which was excellent. And then, this year with Elena Baltacha passing away. It was very tough. It puts things into perspective and it's great to give back and try to do as much as you can and I'll try to do as best as I can for the rest of my career."

  8. Post update

    Murray stays on court to receive his Arthur Ashe humanitarian award, which is a nice-looking glass vase. On the big screen, the crowd watch a video montage of Murray's charity work, and so does Murray although he must know all about it. Take That's 'Greatest Day' booms from the sound system, like it did for Roger Federer the night before. A bottle of champagne for Murray, too.

  9. Post update

    "It's a nice match on Thursday to look forward to, it'll be a great atmosphere again," says Murray of his final Group B match against Roger Federer.

    "It's always a pleasure to play against Roger. He's one of the greatest players that's ever played so to get the opportunity to play him in an atmosphere like this is excellent."

  10. Post update

    "It's nice, obviously last year was tough to miss with the back surgery but I'm very happy to be back, it's an unbelievable court to play on," says Murray.

    "On Sunday, there wasn't much magic. Today I came up with some good shots in the right moments. Milos didn't serve as well as he can and that helped."

  11. Game, set and match

    Murray 6-3 7-5 Raonic*

    Raonic digging in his heels, battling to 30-30. The crowd lift the volume... "Thank you," says the umpire. Murray taking charge from the baseline, punching and probing until Raonic sends a forehand into orbit. Match point. Raonic wallops a tame 77mph second serve from Murray so to deuce we go. Knees are knocking, hearts are beating.

    An anguished groan from Raonic as he goes long when all he had to do was keep the ball in play. Second match point Murray. Raonic long again. Hang on, was it in or out? Raonic challenges, replays show the Canadian was out by some distance. Murray lives on!

  12. Murray breaks

    *Murray 6-3 6-5 Raonic

    andy murray

    Time to doff the hat as Murray produces a magical crosscourt backhand winner on the opening point. Raonic did little wrong, his opponent just has cat-like reflexes. At 0-30 the crowd sense this could be Murray's time... the decibels rise... but they're soon deflated as Raonic nicks a point to halve the deficit. "Fault" screams a line judge and the crowd know that means only one thing - two break points Murray.

    Murray absorbing whatever comes his way, chucking a few flamethrowers back at Raonic's way and the Canadian, stooping to his shoelaces at the net, is unable to get his attempted volley over the barrier. A buoyed Murray skips towards his chair for the changeover.

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    Murray 6-3 5-5 Raonic*

    To steal the words of Aretha Franlkin, Murray has performed like a see-saw in this set. He looked like a man about to conquer all before him at the start of the set, but now the lights have dimmed and there's only the occasional flicker of brilliance. Talking of brilliance, Murray with an ace out wide to hold to 15.

  14. Post update

    *Murray 6-3 4-5 Raonic

    Murray muttering something or other from the baseline as Raonic takes the first point; his face contorting like a walnut as prepares to face another Raonic boomer. Unforced errors, though, are stopping Raconic from running away from Murray - although he does launch an ace to the wings to conclude a hold to 15. Two sets or three?

  15. Get involved

    Milos Raonic

    Kayley Jay: "Blimey. Just when I thought Milos was going to lay down and die... he breaks."

    Alex Haworth: "It's nice to see that Murray finds it as frustrating as the rest of us when he breaks and then gets broken back straight away."

    Justin Hames: "He's getting his game on just in time! Murray has no chance if Raonic keeps playing like this #BelieveInTheSleeveTop"

    And on the text, Colin, in Lancashire, says: "Murray is infuriating, a brilliant player yes but he has never been on Federer, Djokovic or Nadal's level, they coast to victories and hardly ever drop their level, whereas Murray makes every match so hard on himself."

    Send us your comments via #bbctennis on Twitter, the BBC Sport Facebook page or text 81111.

  16. Post update

    Murray 6-3 4-4 Raonic*

    Raonic's first serve percentage in this set has gone from 38 to 61 over the last two games. The 23-year-old is also asking more questions of Murray serve, racing to a 0-30 lead. But sloppy errors from Raonic allows the Scot to drag himself back into contention at 30-30 and the Scot wriggles free; faulty forehands the problem for Raonic.

  17. Post update

    *Murray 6-3 3-4 Raonic

    It's been a while since we've seen an ace so Raonic launches one and there's also a touch of showmanship from the young Canadian in this game as he leaps like a salmon to slam dunk from the middle of the court. A trouble-free hold to love for Raonic. An entertaining one, too.

  18. Post update

    Murray 6-3 3-3 Raonic*

    Milos Raonic

    Feather-soft touch at the net from Raonic, who has won nine of 11 points at the tape. The Taylor Swift fan then unleashes a bulldozer of a winning return down the line to nudge 0-30 ahead.

    From 0-30 to 30-30 and Murray's fans can breathe easy, or easier, as Raonic is unable to pounce on a 79mph second serve. Raonic unable to reproduce another winning return, drilling a forehand long. Murray sneaking ahead. Raonic long again. Murray off the hook.

  19. Post update

    Colin Fleming

    British doubles player on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    "That was a critical few games in the match. Andy Murray wasn't able to put his foot on the gas and confirm the break with a service hold. Both players have really relaxed into the match and we're seeing some big aggressive shots."

  20. Get involved

    Andy Murray

    Catriona on Facebook: "Of course Murray can win this match with the right attitude and determination."

    Fissuh, on Twitter, is a hard person to please: "Andy should be doing better than this in-front of very passionate home crowd. He deserves to reach semis though."

    James, from Warrington, on the text: "Raonic is the archetypal flat track bully. He'll win loads of 250s and 500s especially in North America but don't see him winning 1000s and Slams until he adds to his game."

    Send us your comments via #bbctennis on Twitter, the BBC Sport Facebook page or text 81111.

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    *Murray 6-3 2-3 Raonic

    At 40-15, Murray lunges from side to side, fetching and retrieving, until an impatient Raonic chucks a mistimed forehand beyond the baseline. Eye-wateringly good from Murray on the next point as he lasers a winner down the line to force the game to deuce. Murray is angry and you don't want to make him angry.

    Advantage. Deuce. Aggressive returning from the Scot... Raonic on his heels... the Canadian plonks a forehand wide - it's out by the width of a gossamer. Fortune then favours the Canadian as a net chord bounces his way and Raonic has dug himself out of a hole.

  22. Raonic breaks

    Murray 6-3 2-2 Raonic*

    Andy Murray

    Oops. Language, young Murray. The Scot turns the air blue with a few choice words as Raonic takes a 15-30 lead. I won't repeat for fear of the sack.

    Oh la la! Oohs from the spectators as Murray scrambles to send a punchy backhand back over the net. Raonic, though, is waiting by the tape and volleys into the corner to earn a break point. The crowd erupt, applauding Murray's defensive work and Raonic's courage in equal measure. Raonic has the upper hand... Murray into the tramlines... we're all-square again.

  23. Murray breaks

    *Murray 6-3 2-1 Raonic

    Raonic making regular visits to the net and is getting his rewards, collecting three unanswered points while also taking the steam out of the Murray charge.

    Murray, though, punching back on the ropes, returning everything which comes his way and nibbling at Raonic's lead. Raonic falters once more, screwing a forehand into the tramlines for deuce.

    The Canadian is gripped by anxiety, double faulting to gift Murray a break point. A super crosscourt return from Murray forces Raonic wide and the Scot is bossing this match.

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    Russell Fuller

    BBC tennis correspondent on Radio 5 live sports extra

    "Murray is playing with so much more conviction and energy - the Murray we've seen for the most part for the last six weeks. A completely different man from the one we saw on court on Sunday.

    "I suppose the permutations rather sharpened his mind before tonight's match. Clearly if he can win this in straight sets he'll be in a much better position.

    "From what I saw on Sunday I just wondered if he was mentally and physically spent for the year."

  25. Post update

    Piers Newbery

    BBC Sport at the O2 Arena in London

    Milos Raonic struggling

    "Raonic's two big strengths are his serve and his forehand, so a thumping 12 forehand errors and a first-serve percentage of just 38% did not do him any favours in that first set.

    "Clearly aware of the do-or-die nature of the match, the full house of 17,000 spectators felt as on edge as the players for much of that opening 37 minutes. Time for everyone to loosen up a bit..."

  26. Post update

    Murray 6-3 1-1 Raonic*

    Murray's third ace of the match brings the number 30 into play. Raonic still on zero. Raonic attempting to outgun Murray from the returns, but it's not the best ploy. In fact, it doesn't work at all and Murray comfortably restores parity.

  27. Post update

    Colin Fleming

    British doubles player on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    "Raonic's two weapons - his first serve and forehand - need to be firing on all cylinders to win this match. Murray is hitting the ball much better than we saw in the first match, he's hitting the ball so much cleaner."

  28. Post update

    *Murray 6-3 0-1 Raonic

    Raonic was holding a plastic water bottle and gazing into the middle distance during the changeover. What was he thinking? Who knows, but he needs to improve his first serve and wipe out those needless errors if he is to halt a super-charged Murray.

    A look of disbelief from Raonic as he balloons a forehand wide, allowing Murray to grab a 0-30 advantage. But the Canadian is using the grey matter, varying play by reducing the pace of the serve and approaching the net with more frequency and it pays dividends.

  29. Game and first set

    Murray 6-3 Raonic*

    Andy Murray celebrates

    The unforced error count to Raonic's name has reached double figures, but the Canadian puts past mistakes behind him to razzle-dazzle the crowd with a passing shot while racing sprinting towards the tramlines.

    Raonic, back against the wall, hitting with freedom and saves two match points, but a timely 130mph first serve from Murray earns him a third set point - and it's third time lucky for the Scot as Raonic swings at fresh air when attempting to return. A confident start from Murray.

  30. Post update

    *Murray 5-3 Raonic

    Andy Murray

    Raonic with a crunching forehand into the corner, just to show us all that he's not prepared to fold like a deckchair in the wind. Power and precision from Raonic as he unleashes another thunderous forehand, which kisses the line. Impressive from Raonic as he holds in face of such resistance.

  31. Post update

    Colin Fleming

    British doubles player on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    "Andy tends to do pretty well against players that you can get to by what I would call 'junking' around the court.

    "Andy probably has the best slice of anyone with a two-handed backhand, both when defending or in the rally to change the rhythm of the point. It will be an important tactic against Raonic."

  32. Get involved

    Pauline Smith: "‏Come on let's give Andy some support and be proud whether he wins or not. We know he CAN do it!"

    Ryan Judson: "Just seen someone compare Murray/Raonic based on US 12. Both very different players/different form nowadays. 3 sets on the cards."

    Val Kirk, in Ayr, says on the text: "Andy can and should win. If he does he'll need to be at his best to stand a chance against Fed. C'mon Andy!"

    John McEnerney, on Twitter, says: ‏"Andy Murray needs to keep the ball all over Milos Raonic's laces and force him down low, how Murray will cope with the big serve is a tad worrying too."

    On the BBC Sport Facebook page, the appropriately-named Hope says, matter-of-factly: "I don't think he can do it."

    Keith Punter: "Milos Raonic has a steak before every match - could that be a misteak? :-)"

    Poor Keith, very poor.

  33. Post update

    Murray 5-2 Raonic*

    Andy Murray

    The switch has been flicked and Murray's engine is firing. "Come on," growls the Scot as he races to a 30-0 lead. Fine serving from Murray, although he undercooks a drop shot, the crowd groan and Raonic has his first point at 40-15. It's the only blimp in an otherwise crisp hold. An inswinging serve from Murray puts him on the attack, the exchange blows from the baseline before Raonic, once again falters.

  34. Murray

    *Murray 4-2 Raonic

    Milos Raonic

    Raonic's first-serve percentage reads like my school reports. The Canadian's stats at an alarmingly low 33%. The 23-year-old could do better, although I'm sure he is applying himself and does have an interest in his subject. Murray pounces on a Raonic drop shot, brilliant from the Scot, which earns him a break point.

    Raonic with a serve down the 'T'... Murray gets to it... and Raonic replies by going long, long, long. First blow to Murray.

  35. Murray 3-2 Raonic*

    Improvisation from Murray leaves Raonic scrambling from corner to corner, point to point, and Murray finishes off the game with a double-bluff backhand power slice down the line. Murray starting to really go for his shots here as he warms to the task.

  36. Post update

    *Murray 2-2 Raonic

    It's too early to tell how this match will unfold, but Raonic wobbling slightly on his own serve. The 23-year-old is overcooking his shots, mistiming a forehand down the line to give Murray a sniff at 15-30. A stonking Murray return puts Raonic under pressure and the Canadian, being made to look flat-footed on the baseline, loops his forehand long, presenting Murray with two break points.

    Raonic, though, keeps his cool and saves the one break point. Can he save the next one? Second serve... wild Murray forehand and the two break points are gone, gone gone. A wry smile from Murray. Raonic wins four points on the trot to restore parity.

  37. Get involved

    Andy Murray enters the O2 arena

    Josh, on the text, seems affronted by Raonic's coin-toss lunging, saying: "Milos seems such a smug player hope Murray can beat him".

    And on Facebook, Lahoucine says: "Andy must serve at the highest level then will be able to dominate the match & win"

    Kerry McEwan, however, has come over all clichéd Canadian: "Suddenly feeling like some Maple syrup! Go, Milos!"

    Send us your comments via #bbctennis on Twitter, the BBC Sport Facebook page or text 81111.

  38. Post update

    Murray 2-1 Raonic*

    Oof! Raonic goes on the attack, stepping in from the baseline... a momentum changing forehand sets the Canadian up to beat Murray with a volley at the net. Murray, though, levels at 30-30. No dramas to talk of yet.

    At 40-30, the Scot drags his opponent in with a cute drop shot and Raonic, even at full speed, is unable to place the ball over the other side of the net. Game over. Murray marches on.

  39. Post update

    *Murray 1-1 Raonic

    For those who have not done your homework on Raonic, here's a crash course: His idol is Pete Sampras and his celebrity crush is Taylor Swift. His favourite shot is the overhead and he wears one longer sleeve, originally it was because of a medical condition on his arm, but he started winning - and the rest is history. #believeinthesleeve is the hashtag - should you need to know.

    Raonic finding his groove, launching a venomous 138mph ace to ease to 15-30. The Murray returns, when he does return, yet to trouble Raonic. Another bounces beyond the baseline and it's a regulation hold for Raonic.

  40. Post update

    Murray 1-0 Raonic*

    The first point is a lengthy rally and it's Murray who comes out on top, which is what many people would expect. A confident opening from the Scot: skipping towards the net, sending Raonic one way before sending a volley the other. But from confident to not so sure as the game progresses from 30-0 to 30-30. Raonic, though, nets as the pair trade blows from the baseline and Murray concludes the game with a booming ace to the wings.

  41. Post update

    David Law

    BBC Radio 5 live sports extra commentator

    On Milos Raonic's quirky personality: "Whenever I've seen him interviewed I find him really engaging - a deep thinker, highly intelligent and someone who can make a bad question into a good answer.

    "I also saw another side to him at the Monte Carlo cabaret, where the players perform for other players. Raonic was running the show and was outrageous in his dancing - there's more to him than meets the eye."

  42. Post update

    "Ladies and gentlemen," says the umpire, which means one thing: the warm-up is nearly over. The match will begin shortly. Strap yourselves in and prepare yourself for a bumpy ride and, perhaps, a long stay.

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    Colin Fleming

    British doubles player on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    On Raonic: "I don't know Milos that well personally, but what I've seen of him on the tour he's got a very good team around him. He's a hard worker, has incredible strength in his game with a huge serve and a huge forehand, but he's working hard day in, day out, to add to that.

    "He wants to not just be a good player, but a great player."

  44. Raonic on top

    Surprisingly, Raonic has beaten Murray in three of their four encounters, with the Canadian's most recent victory at Indian Wells this year when Raonic prevailed in three sets.

    "It's a completely different match," says the Wimbledon semi-finalist. "Things are going to be quite different than the first match [in London]. We both have more of an idea what we need to do different for the next round.

    "It's going to be about who adjusts better, who can play better come Tuesday night."

  45. Get involved #bbctennis

    Charlie Shanahan: "Murray showed who the superior player is at US Open '12, has that touch of genius Roanic will just never have."

    Aidan Williams: "In truth though this match will have little bearing on Murray's year. The aim is to close the gap on world no. 4 for next year."

    Matthew Millar: "Hope Andy performs better today than he did against Nishikori. He should show us the form that has made him win 3 tournaments."

  46. Post update

    BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    According to BBC Radio 5 live sports extra commentator David Law, Milos Raonic has a steak before every match.

    Murray on the other hand - claims British doubles player Colin Fleming - "keeps it simple" with chicken, pasta, not much sauce and some veg.

    Although Murray's already won some brownie points with girlfriend Kim Sears by saying he's missing her cooking by choosing to stay in London rather than at home for this year's tournament.

  47. Murray to serve first

    The players have emerged through the mist of the dry ice and have been introduced to the crowd. An enthusiastic welcome, as you'd expect, for home favourite Andy Murray. It's the British number one, wearing radioactive green trainers this evening, who wins the coin toss and he elects to serve first.

  48. Raonic quotes Rocky

    Milos Raonic on Instagram

    After that 7-0 tie-break pummelling against Roger Federer, Milos Raonic has been searching for answers and it appears he might have found them - in the back of his dusty DVD drawer.

    The 23-year-old Canadian went all movie montage on his Instagram account yesterday, quoting Rocky Balboa. Sadly, it wasn't even one of the Rocky classics, but the 2006 sequel 'How Winning is Done'.

    Sample line: "But it ain't about how hard ya hit. It's about how hard you can get hit and keep moving forward. How much you can take and keep moving forward."

    Critics' consensus: "Implausible but entertaining and poignant". Anything close to that description for tonight's match and the 17,000 O2 crowd will go home happy.

  49. Post update

    An official has entered Andy Murray's locker room. He's holding the door ajar, looking rather suspiciously at the TV cameras. No sign of Murray yet. Andy? Andy? Another suspicious look from the official... Is Murray in there? Yes, here he comes and he makes a short pit shot to answer some questions for the TV.

    "I'm hoping with an extra day I'll be able to play a bit more consistently today and I'll need that against Milos," he says. "getting returns back in, that's the key."

  50. Post update

    Colin Fleming

    British doubles player on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    "There's no doubt Raonic's main weapon is his serve and Andy needs to neutralise that, but he needs to take care of his own serve too. If Raonic is holding easily and starting to make inroads into Andy's service games, that puts a lot of pressure on. The longer the rally goes, the more of a favourite Andy is to win it. Raonic is a big, athletic guy in a straight line or jumping to get a ball, but Andy's got the skills and the variety to make him turn quickly, go in behind him and really exploit that. He needs to make Raonic hit uncomfortable shots, low backhands, and move him around."

  51. Taming the Raonic serve

    Milos Raonic

    The key to this match is the serve. Only two players have hit more serves than Raonic in a season - Croatians Goran Ivanisevic (1,477 in 1996) and Ivo Karlovic (1,318 in 2007 and 1,185 this season).

    "That is a huge part of his game, the serve," Murray has said. "A lot of the guys move well and return well, but if you get a lot of free points on your serve, that's a big bonus. That for me is the major difference in how he has made it here."

  52. Post update

    David Law

    BBC Radio 5 live sports extra commentator

    "Andy Murray certainly can do it tonight, but I think he's got a big job on his hands because I suspect both are going to play a lot better than in the first round of matches.

    "I do feel Andy Murray is a contrarian - the moment you suggest he can't do something or won't do something, he's likely to prove you wrong."

  53. Post update

    What a double match the 17,000 have just seen at the O2. Ivan Dodig and Marcelo Melo eventually came through 7-6 (7-5) 7-6 (14-12) to beat Marcel Granollers and Marc Lopez which means we should soon see Andy Murray and Milos Raonic emerge from their locker rooms.

  54. Get involved via #bbctennis on Twitter, BBC Sport's Facebook page or text 81111.

    Andy Murray

    Let's keep it fairly simple tonight because, for Andy Murray, it is pretty straightforward: He must beat Milos Raonic to keep alive any chance of progressing from Group B.

    Win tonight, and he can then figure out how to defeat Roger Federer in his third game to negotiate a path to the semi-finals. So, let us know, can he do it? Will Murray qualify from Group B?

    Send us your comments via #bbctennis on Twitter, the BBC Sport Facebook page or text 81111.

  55. Get involved #bbctennis

    Aidan Williams: Raonic has been strong this year and deserves his place here. Not an easy match at all, still with Murray's form he should win

  56. Murray hot stepping it to the O2

    She Should Be Dancing but Strictly Come Dancing's Judy Murray will be watching her son at the O2 this evening. She has tweeted: Hello Sailor.....Here's @TheAntonDuBeke aboard the boat to the 02. En route to the tennis.

    Anton Du Beke

    Knowing Judy's dance partner Anton Du Beke (and I don't) he'll probably be Jive Talkin' all night...

  57. Get involved #bbctennis

    Jarleth Eaton: I wonder if it will be Too Much heaven if Murray does win tonight... (I'll get my coat)

  58. Post update

    Piers Newbery

    BBC Sport at the O2 Arena in London

    There has been a lengthy gap since Federer swatted away Nishikori this afternoon, but it still wasn't long enough for the world's tennis media to get a firm handle on the dreaded 'qualification scenarios'.

    One thing appears certain though - lose tonight and Murray is out. If he wins, a whole new set of calculations will begin ahead of his final group match with Federer.

    Opinion here is divided over whether the Briton can overcome his first hurdle and beat Raonic, but Federer had some encouraging words earlier: "The court plays somewhat slow, and the serve doesn't have that much of an impact depending on how you back it up.

    "Whoever's better from the baseline has the upper hand, then dominates."

  59. Federer leading the way

    Earlier, Roger Federer recorded a convincing straight-sets victory over world number five Kei Nishikori which means defeat against Raonic would ruin Murray's hopes of progress, even before his final group match against Federer on Thursday.

    Roger Federer beats Kei Nishikori

    By the way, you can watch five of the best shots between Federer and Nishikori on this website. No more than five shots, no less than five shots. Five.

  60. Post update

    Hello! Whether or not Andy Murray is listening to a Bee Gees classic in his locker room, I don't know. Anyway, these are just Words, but the British number one must beat Milos Raonic this evening if he is to avoid the Tragedy of an early departure. Will he Win Again or will Murray, by the end of this evening, be trying to Mend a Broken Heart?

  61. Stayin' Alive

    Well, you can tell by the way he uses his racquet, he's a tennis man: and he's worth a packet. Serving fast, returning hard, he's been lunging around since he was born...

    Bee Gees

    Yes, this evening Andy Murray has to win if he is to stay alive in the ATP World Tour Finals... (I'm sorry. I really am.)