Why Murray and Djokovic might not prevail Saturday at Tour Finals

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And when you factor in all that is on the line in London -- winning a first ATP Finals title, securing it in front of his home fans and holding on to the top ranking -- Murray deserves credit for the manner in which he swept his way to the final four -- the first time since 2008 he's reached the semifinals unbeaten.

3, talks about playing big in the seminal moments, as he did in a must-win match against Dominic Thiem on Thursday: "There's a lot definitely to be proud of, playing under that kind of pressure, 'cause I really wanted to get out of the group stages and I wanted to give myself a chance in the semifinals," he said to the media after a straight-sets win that propelled him into the semifinals.

"I can say from my perspective that I always try to really take the last drop of energy, whatever is left in my body, to perform as well as I can and finish off the season in the best possible way," he told the media after beating Goffin.

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