2007 INDIAN WELLS MASTERS

QF

ANDY MURRAY v TOMMY HAAS

3-6 , 6-3 , 7-6

Andy Murray produced a gritty display after falling and injuring his ankle to beat Tommy Haas  in the Indian Wells Masters.
Murray needed treatment on his right foot in the first set and fell heavily on his left ankle early in the second.
But he came back from a lengthy delay to win the next game and open up a 3-0 lead and managed to close out the set.
Murray saved two match points in the deciding tie-break before clinching a superb win to reach the semi-finals.
"I can't really explain how I won the match," said the 19-year-old Scot.
"My ankle was hurting after the fall but my right hip hurt the most after I landed badly on that and I also banged my knee.
Tommy Haas seemed uncertain of his strategy after Murray's fall.  Haas appeared to intent on making Murray run side to side instead of playing his usual game.

Haas tried to re-focus, but it was not enough as Murray won in a very tense tiebreak.  Fantastic drama in this match!


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