3 hours 12 minutes – the longest ‘best of three’ match in history of ‘Masters’ at the time… Murray was two points away from winning both sets that he lost. In the 3rd set he came back from facing a match point at *3:5 & led *3:0, 4:1 & 5:4* in the tie-break. “It was a great match,” Murray said, “Today is why I play tennis. I probably played one bad game the whole match, or maybe just a couple of bad points. Whether it’s the best match I played and lost, I don’t know.”
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