World number one, Andy Murray has advanced to the semi-final of the ongoing Dubai
Championships after seeing off German Philipp Kohlschreiber. Murray edged the Kohlschreiber 20-18 in the tie-break and level the match with just eight set points.

Murray in an historic winning raced to victory in just 30 minutes in the final set to winn 6-7(4-7), 7-6(20-18) 6-1. Since 1991, no match has featured a tie-break with more than 38 points.
“Never played a tie-break like that in my life”. Murray will be playing the winner of Lucas Pouille and Evgeny Donskoy who edged out Roger Federer in the semi-final. Murray was defeated in the fourth round of the Australian open in January.

The last-four tie will see Fernando Verdasco playing against Robin Haase.
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