Murray focused on Tsonga

09 November 2012 09:21:35 EST
Andy Murray.

Britain's Andy Murray takes on Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga at 19.45 on Friday, knowing a straight sets victory will secure a semi-final spot at the ATP World Tour Finals.

Murray secured a win over Tomas Berdych but suffered a defeat to Novak Djokovic in his previous group games, but the Serb could help Murray on Friday.

Djokovic faces Berdych in the earlier game and a win for the world number one would mean Murray would only need to take one set in his match with Tsonga to reach the last four.

However, Murray insists he is just concentrating on his own game and has his sights set on a win over Tsonga, regardless of what is required of him.

"Who knows what the scenario will be when I get on the court but I'll just try my best to win," said Murray. "There are no easy matches here and you need to be prepared for some tough battles."

Murray is priced at 1/7 to beat Tsonga, while a win for the Frenchman is available at 9/2.

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