Andy Murray outlasts David Ferrer to win Miami Masters

Murray will rise to World No. 2, bumping his way ahead of Roger Federer, while Ferrer will move past Rafael Nadal to become fourth in the rankings, both men matching the best position of their careers with the improvement.

updated: April 01, 2013 11:32 IST
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Miami, Florida: British second seed Andy Murray won the ATP Miami Masters title on Sunday, saving a match point in the penultimate game in defeating Spanish third seed David Ferrer 2-6, 6-4, 7-6 (7/1).

Murray captured his 26th career tour title, and second of the year after having taken the Brisbane crown, in a grueling two hours and 45 minutes.

"Both of us fought hard," Murray said. "Both of us were struggling physically at the end. I was lucky to come through."

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