Murray and a cry that took him to the Sydney final

The one who knew how to be at the top and see everyone from above has spent months chasing the possibility of returning to the Top 100 of the world ranking. It’s Andy Murray and he’s one win away from doing it. The point is that his next match is nothing less than the final of the ATP 250 in Sydney.

The British tennis player is aware that this goal is a good starting point to continue building his rebirth (he would reach 92nd place in the world ranking).

But to get there, he had to climb Mount Reilly Opelka. He did it with a 6-7 (6), 6-4 and 6-4 in two and a half hours of play.

It’s his first final since Antwerp 2019 (the 69th of his career) and he’s waiting for Dan Evans or Aslan Karatsev.