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Andy Murray: Former champion dazzles at Miami Open to defeat Tomas Martin Etcheverry | Tennis News

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Andy Murray made it back to back wins at the Miami Open as he defeated world No 30 Tomas Martin Etcheverry 7-6 (7-0) 6-3 to reach the third round.

After flopping against the Argentine at the Australian Open earlier this year, 36-year-old Murray produced a quite brilliant performance to exact revenge against the 29th seed.

It is the first time Murray has come through two rounds on the ATP Tour since Toronto last August.

It was also his first top 30 win since beating Tommy Paul in the final of the Aix-en-Provence Challenger in May 2023.

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Murray produced some sensational tennis in the second set of his clash with Etcheverry

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The Scot shows he’s still got it after saving set point in stunning fashion

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Murray warmed up in the parking lot of the Hard Rock Stadium ahead of his clash

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