Andy Murray books his place in the Vienna Open final with a straight-sets victory over Serbian Viktor Troicki.
Andy Murray breezed past Viktor Troicki in straight sets to book his spot in the Vienna Open final.
The British number one wasted little time in securing a 6-4 6-3 victory over the Serbian.
Murray dropped serve while leading 3-2 in the opening set but recovered quickly and dominated the match thereafter.
"I've been getting a bit better with each match," Murray told reporters.
"I need to play well on some key points. Whomever I play in the final, it won't be easy."
The 27-year-old will now face David Ferrer in Sunday's final after the Spaniard beat Philipp Kohlscreiber in the second semi-final.
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