Tennis from Queen’s: Murray vs Blake Live

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The world number three will be looking to secure his first grass title, and also become the first British winner at Queen's for over 70 years.

Andy Murray has reached his first ever grass court final at Queen’s club in London where he will face American James Blake.

The world number three will be looking to secure his first grass title, and also become the first British winner at Queen’s for over 70 years.

James Blake made it to the final after fellow American Andy Roddick was forced to retire following an ankle injury.

Reigning Queen’s club champion Rafael Nadal was forced to pull out of the tournament through injury, casting doubts as to whether the Spaniard will be fit again in time for the third Grand Slam of the year at Wimbledon.

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