Murray keen to beat Cilic and the rain
July 03, 2012 10:22:40 UK
Andy Murray will be hoping to complete his fourth round match against Marin Cilic at Wimbledon before the rain returns on Tuesday.
The Scot was leading Cilic 7-5 3-1 when rain suspended play on Monday afternoon and the forecast for the capital on Tuesday is not particularly good.
The match is being played on Court One, so no roof is available to protect the players from the elements. However, both Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer were able to progress to the quarter-finals on Monday as their matches were played on the Centre Court.
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If Murray can complete his victory over Cilic, he will face either David Ferrer or Juan Martin del Potro in Wednesday's last-eight clash.
Murray had to come back in the first set after losing his serve early on but soon responded by breaking the Croatian to level proceedings.
The world number four broke Cilic in the 12th game to take the first set and did so again early in the second set to take a stranglehold on the match.
The latest betting has Murray at 3.60 to win the Wimbledon title this year, while Federer can be backed at 1.44, Djokovic at 1213.00 and Mardy Fish at 1001.00.
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