Andy Murray puts in a professional display to book his place in the Stuttgart Open final


Andy Murray reaches his first grass court final since winning Wimbledon in 2016 as he beats Nick Kyrgios to book his place in the Stuttgart Open’s showpiece event with Matteo Berrettini

  • Andy Murray kept his cool to book his place in the Stuttgart Open final 
  • The 35-year-old Scotsman defeated Nick Kyrgios 7-6, 6-2 in the semi-final 
  • The Australian suffered a game penalty and points deduction for misconduct
  • Murray will face the No. 2 seed Matteo Berrettini in the final of the competition
  • It will be a first grass court final for Murray since winning Wimbledon 2016 

Andy Murray booked his place in the final of the Stuttgart Open after a convincing victory over Nick Kyrgios on Saturday afternoon.

The 35-year-old cruised to a 7-6 (7-5), 6-2 victory after Kyrgios had suffered both a game penalty and a points deduction for misconduct – after smashing his racket and arguing with the umpire.

Murray will face the No. 2 seed Matteo Berrettini on Sunday afternoon – as he prepares for his first grass court final since winning Wimbledon 2016.

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Andy Murray is through to the final of the Stuttgart Open after beating Nick Kyrgios

The Australian suffered a game penalty and points deduction for misconduct in the match

The Australian suffered a game penalty and points deduction for misconduct in the match

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