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    16 June 2023

    Andy Murray Advances to Nottingham Open Semi-finals with Win over Dominic Stricker

    Andy Murray continues his winning streak at Nottingham Open

    In a thrilling match against Switzerland’s Dominic Stricker, Britain’s Andy Murray secured his place in the semi-finals of the Nottingham Open. This marks eight consecutive wins for Murray following his victory at the Surbiton Trophy on home soil earlier this week.

    Murray is eager to make it into the world’s top 32 rankings to be seeded for Wimbledon. At age 36 and with three Grand Slam titles under his belt, he is determined to prove that he still has what it takes to compete at a high level.

    British women dominate in Nottingham Open semi-finals

    The British female tennis players have also been making waves in the tournament, with Heather Watson and Katie Boulter set to face off against each other in one of Saturday’s matches. Meanwhile, Jodie Burrage will take on France’s Alize Cornet after defeating American Elizabeth Mandlik.

    “It should be a fun weekend for British fans,” said Murray. “Not everyone is going to win Wimbledon or a Grand Slam, but you want everyone to make the most of this opportunity.”

    A Tight Match Against One Of The Best Young Players In The World

    Murray faced eighth seed Stricker who gave him quite a challenge by taking him up until tie-breaks before eventually losing out: first set was won by Briton with scoreline reading as *7-6(7-2)* followed by second set which again was dominated by former world number one which ended *7-5*

    Striker showed glimpses of brilliance throughout their encounter but ultimately couldn’t keep up pace with highly experienced opponent who broke back immediately after Straicker broke his serve in the fourth game of second set.

    Murray then broke 20-year-old Stricker’s serve in the 11th game of the second set before serving out to seal the success. The former world number one is happy with his performance and believes it was his best display over these past two weeks.

    British Men’s Doubles Final In Rosmalen, Netherlands

    In other news, British player Neal Skupski alongside Dutch team-mate Wesley Koolhof have reached the men’s doubles final of Libema Open in Rosmalen, Netherlands. They won their semi-final match against American Maxime Cressy and France’s Fabrice Martin with ease having a scoreline reading *6-2* *6-2*. They will now face Gonzalo Escobar from Ecuador and Aleksandr Nedovyesov for this year’s title.

    American Third Seed Frances Tiafoe Into Semi-Finals At Stuttgart Open

    The Stuttgart Open has seen some high-quality games as well, where third-seeded American Frances Tiafoe came out victorious after defeating Lorenzo Musetti from Italy to move into the semi-finals following a thrilling three-set encounter which ended up going down to wire but he managed to come on top by winning final set *6-7(6-8)* *7-6(7-4)* *6-2*. Top seed Stefanos Tsitsipas lost earlier in Round 16 while Richard Gasquet beat him only to lose next round against unseeded German Jan-Lennard Struff who is now also through to semis at Stuttgart open.

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