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He shows such clever movement before sliding into a low volley, getting the rackethead underneath the ball before playing the most delicate angle, which Murray can't quite get to.
Nishioka then takes the lead as Murray hits long. Then the Japanese star missed his first smash of the afternoon - could it prove costly?
Murray has invested quite a bit in this game, and he looks very tired now. He hits a loose forehand into the net before Nishioka wraps up the game.
Well it's a positive start from his opponent who fires down an early winner on Murray's opening serve. But the Brit responds to make it Murray then has to show his agility to unleash an overhead winner as Nishioka went on the defensive.
But that's fantastic from Nishioka and showing he definitely won't go down without a fight. He produces a brilliant backhand winner down the line.
And Nishioka now has an early break point after Murray fires a loose forehand wide into the tramlines. He is furious with himself. But it's nerves of steel from Murray.
He produces a brilliant serve-forehand combination to take it into deuce before hitting another emphatic winner. Advantage Murray!
And he takes the first game as Nishioka hits his return of serve into the net. Murray's toughness shines through once more Doesn't appear so as Murray is the aggressor once more, forcing Nishioka around the court before hitting an emphatic forehand, which his opponent can't return.
He grabs a point back by punching a backhand down the line after making Murray work for it. However, he is still shaking his head in disappointment in letting this big lead slip.
Murray's defiance is just brilliant! Nishioka, on his serve, drags his backhand wide. Early advantage to Murray in the fourth set tie-break!
Murray then takes a lead as Nishioka hits a loose shot into the net. But that is poor from the Brit, as he tries to feather a drop shot over the net following Nishioka's net chord.
However, it drops well short and he gives back the advantage. But Murray then reclaims his advantage after going on the attack, smashing an overhead volley for the winner.
He shouts 'Let's go! Then Murray goes on the front once more on the forehand and Nishioka's dreams look like they will be put on hold again.
Murray holds his nerve with a quality first serve. He roars 'Come on' after giving himself a lifeline. Back to deuce.
And Murray grabs the advantage after Nishioka hits into the net. Murray changes the angle of the attack into Nishioka's forehand before the latter's return goes long.
Then that's a brilliant defence from Murray, who on the stretch on the backhand forces Nishioka to play low on the volley before hitting into the net.
Nishioka then punishes Murray's second serve, really pinpointing Murray's backhand with a quality return. That is very wasteful from Murray. Can you believe that?
He strides into the net for a simple high volley but he somehow hits it into the tramlines. But Murray breathes a huge sigh of relief as Nishioka fails to capitalise on the Brit's second serve by striking his forehand into the net.
Poor return by his standards. However, Nishioka pegs Murray back to deuce, flicking a passing shot down the line as Murray came into the net.
Should have been but instead he is now serving at deuce to stay in the match. Again, it's easy on the service game.
Nishioka surges to the 11th game of the set - another hold to love. Too many of those for Murray's liking in the fourth set. Nishioka now has another shot at going through to the second round Another straight-forward service game for Murray, despite Nishioka coming in with the mindset of winning this game, and winning the match.
The Brit races into a commanding advantage before striking into the net after Nishioka went on the attack. Murray starts off on the defensive in Nishioka's service game and his opponent punishes him by smashing an overhead winner.
At , Nishioka produces a beautiful forehand winner down the line. Murray does well to come forward and close the angle for his opponent, but the Japanese player punches it down the line.
And he follows that up with two aces. Can't have asked for a better game for himself so far. Then he wraps it up as Nishioka's return drops wide.
A clean and quiet game for the former world No 1. It's an ace first up for Nishioka before he smashes an overhead volley for the winner. Solid stuff from the Japanese star so far.
Murray - who is in constant dialogue with his box - then finds the energy to produce a strong backhand, which Nishioka can only push into the net.
Brilliant stuff from Nishioka as he produces a brilliant backhand down the line to move up on Murray's serve. But after all that good work, it's a strange decision as he tries to get his forehand into play there before hitting into the net.
However, he gets breathing space again as Murray produces another double-fault. Two break points Murray saves one after serving wide before striking a forehand down the line with Nishioka still on the run.
Another break point still It's then advantage Murray following a great scramble from the Brit as Nishioka hits a defensive backhand wide.
And that is fantastic from Murray - another serve and forehand combination ends with him punching an emphatic winner cross court.
Straight-forward service games recently. Nishioka hits a clean winner on the backhand at 78mph to surge into a lead.
Then after an impressive rally, Nishioka eventually puts Murray away by getting him on the run. And then it's another hold to love.
Now it's Murray's time to race into a healthy lead on his service game. After the last one, this comes as a welcome breather for Murray.
The year-old levels it at as he sweeps away a backhander without a loss of points on his serve. Murray needs to be ultra-focused here and it's integral that he holds his serve here.
He needs to keep that pressure on Nishioka! However, he doesn't let his head drop. He shows beautiful footwork before coming into the net to put away a winner simply.
But he follows it up with a double-fault. After a double-fault, it's an ace straight up! First serve delivers when he needed it most. But it's Nishioka's turn to make Murray play one more ball there as the Brit strikes into the net.
Deuce No 2. And it's a second double-fault in this game Advantage Nishioka. It's back to deuce as Murray hits a backhand winner on the volley.
Eight and a half minutes this game so far! Nishioka then does the hard part by staying in the rally but when he steps in, he makes the unforced error by going long.
But he responds by firing a forehand winner as he goes on the attack. And he wraps up the opening game of the fourth set with an emphatic serve.
Nishioka goes up in the tie-break as Murray goes long. The Brit challenges but it's out. Two good serves from the Japanese star there. Murray then responds with a powerful forehand, which leaves Nishioka to hit into the net on the stretch.
Then Murray produces another massive forehand - introducing some genuine pace! He goes up. And it's the forehand again that pierces the defence of Nishioka.
Brilliant from the former world No 1. He now has two set points at in the tie-break. Murray to serve He takes the SET, winning the tie-break as Nishioka hits into the net.
And he takes the first point thanks to an emphatic first serve, which Nishioka can't do anything about! And he then goes up after his opponent - who had the serve - hits a forehand wide!
But Nishioka responds with a fine rally, ending it with a strong backhand cross court with Murray on the run. A lot to admire him from him in that rally.
The door is open wide now for Murray to take the third set as Nishioka pushes an edgy backhand into the net. But Murray is furious after hitting his forehand long.
And then that's bad luck for the Brit. After breaking his strong, the net chord doesn't go his way as his forehand drops wide into the tramlines.
That is delightful from Murray. He performs an exquisite drop shot, leaving Nishioka with no chance. But Murray then makes another unforced error after smashing a volley straight into the net.
Was hard to judge whether Nishioka's initial shot was going out. The Brit then fires into the net again twice in a row. And Nishioka now has a couple of break points here.
Murray is furious with himself here He saves the first break point following a fine serve, which Nishioka returns too long.
And that is brilliant from Murray as he smashes an emphatic forehand winner cross court after a big first serve. Great execution. Then that is tennis from the highest order.
Nishioka somehow stays in the rally and eventually grinds Murray down, who smashes into the net. Then it's Nishioka's time to express his anger, hurrying across court before firing too long.
But that is some response as he produces a pure backhander down the line. Deuce No 3. Then Nishioka goes for the elaborate with a cheeky drop shot but it can't quite drop over the net.
Murray breathes a huge sigh of relief. And then that is so good from Murray, performing a backhand winner from up high to hold onto his serve.
Ooooh so close from Murray. Nishioka nearly gives him a lifeline at after not emphatically putting away his overhead volley. Murray gets to the ball but his forehand just finds the net.
Then Murray is furious with himself after an unforced error as Nishioka pulls away to make it And it's all too easy in the end from Nishioka as Murray hits long.
Good hold from the Japanese player after being down It's a disappointing start to Murray's service game as he begins with a double-fault.
He challenges the call but it's definitely out. And that's a very tired shot from the Brit. He fires a loose backhand well wide. Making life very difficult for himself here.
However, he responds with an ace as he tries to get himself fired up again. He needs more of those first serves right now. However, he is in deep trouble again as he fires a forehand long following a strong return from Nishioka.
Break point for the Japanese star. He fires his first serve into the net but gets a lifeline as Nishioka fails to find the target.
He saw the winner but his backhand goes wide into the tramlines. Advantage Murray following a strong first serve, which Nishioka can't do much about.
And then he seals the game to make it after his opponent finds the net. Nishioka races into a lead in his service game.
Ideal start for him after the pressure was on. Murray then fires a backhand well long. Nishioka then hits a backhand wide before finding the net as the Brit takes his second-serve on.
But Nishioka holds his serve with a good cutting angle, leaving Murray with a tough shot to return. That is a great point from both players but it's Nishioka who takes it.
Murray produces an impressive overhead volley on his backhand but the Japanese player is on hand to smash the winner down the line. But that's excellent from Murray as he goes on the attack before unleashing a winner on the volley as he sprints into the net.
Clean hitting from the Brit there. And Murray then holds as Nishioka goes long. He leads in this set and has found some momentum!
Murray produces one of his finest backhands. He lines it up perfectly to unleash the winner straight down the line.
Never looked like missing. But Nishioka responds with an excellent forehand winner of his own. Fantastic technique, hooking it down the line leaving Murray with no chance.
However, Murray grinds him down on the next point as the Japanese player eventually hits long. Then the same story on the next point as Murray exerts a bit of pressure on the Nishioka serve.
Back on terms in this third set. Turning point? That's a lot better from Murray, and more like his old self. After a deft touch to win the first point, he unleashes a brilliant forehand winner.
Nishioka then makes it slightly nervy at but Murray fires off a powerful first serve to hold. Has Murray got anything else left in the tank?
If the first points of the fourth game are anything to go by, then not really! His return on Nishioka's serve is weak before he produces three unforced errors in a row.
All too easy for the Japanese star. But Murray doesn't drop off rapidly like he did in the second set.
He takes the third game at the Arthur Ashe Stadium. It's all too easy for Nishioka at present and he fires off the second game, wrapping it up with a quick serve down the middle.
It's absolutely vital Murray holds out here. But he produces three unforced errors as Nishioka has a break point at He has been well off the pace here and it ends in more disappointment as he produces another double-fault.
And he starts off well as Murray fires a backhand down the line Then Nishioka has the courage to hit a quick second-serve and Murray's defence goes long again.
But that is brilliant with Nishioka as he fires a bullet forehand down the line. Murray tested the nerve of his opponent but he was certainly up for the challenge.
A couple of set points Murray doesn't go down without a fight - controlled aggression to save one set point but hurrying to the net before unleashing a backhand winner on the volley.
An awkward time for Murray to serve with the sun in his eyes. But he forces Nishioka to hit into the net as he tries to stay in the second set.
Then Murray produces his fourth ace of the match. However, he follows it up with a double-fault and he is clearly angry with himself!
Nishioka then hits a forehand wide. He was more expansive than he needed to be there! And Murray finally wraps it up as the Japanese star hits his return of the serve into the net.
Then at , Nishioka goes on the attack and Murray is forced to loop one in the air, but it goes long. But that's emphatic from Murray and there are real signs of life as he roars 'Come on!
However, Nishioka produces a well-placed first serve before smashing the winner at the net. And it's game from Nishioka as Murray hits long on the backhand.
Nishioka with a couple of unforced errors in recent minutes and another as Murray goes up. Will this chisel away at his confidence?
But he responds with a backhand winner - Murray comes in with no conviction in his movement there. However, Murray then produces two aces in a row to make it Nishioka extends the game by smashing an overhead volley with Murray out of position.
Then that is brilliant from Nishioka - he is so quick to get across there and uses his angles brilliantly to fire a cross court winner on his forehand.
But Murray finally wraps up the game and cuts the deficit to just one-game in the second set. Still, Nishioka has the serve next Nishioka gives Murray a way into this game as he hits a forehand wide as he tries to find the winner down the line.
Then Murray takes the next point and it's two break points. Can he take advantage? He desperately needs this! And yes he does, excellent play from Murray - all that he needed.
He goes on the attack before firing a winner on the volley cross court. After losing five games in a row, Murray finally gets back onto the scoreboard but he certainly makes it hard for himself!
Nishioka forces the game to deuce but will be disappointed as he tries to hit an emphatic winner which goes straight into the net. One of the few bad shots his played in this set.
But he responds in some style with a great pass on the forehand despite Murray going on the attack. Deuce again! Then that is a fantastic point - accuracy from both players there was incredible but it's Murray who comes out on top with a fine volley at the net down the line.
He has the chance to wrap up his first game in five but his overhead volley is very poor, smashing into the net. Deuce yet again. Murray is looking very tired now.
Murray with the advantage again, hitting a backhand volley cross court as Nishioka was coming into the net. He finally wraps it up. It was a long, arduous hold of serve but ultimately he was successful.
Nishioka draws it back to with an exquisite drop shot on the volley at the net. He is playing some great tennis currently - the momentum is clearly with him.
Then when Murray feels he has some hope, Nishioka takes that away from him - winning the the game with a deaf touch on the volley at the net. It's a flat performance from Murray so far and he needs to get himself out of this hole with no fans to feed off inside the Arthur Ashe.
After an opening double-fault, Murray responds to make with three straight points to make it But he makes it nervy again as he smashes a forehand, aiming for down the line, straight into the net.
And then it's another double-fault. Murray then produces a strange approach shot before hitting a difficult volley into the net.
Break point for Nishioka for a double break. And it's loose. Murray loses control of the second set.
It's to Nishioka. It is falling apart quickly for Murray - can he find a way back into this match? The former world No 1 hits a slice straight into the net before hitting long.
And then it's an easy hold for Nishioka. It's not how he planned to start the second set. It's a double-fault first up for Murray He then hits the perfect forehand winner to really stay in this opening game after taking plenty of pace off his first serve.
He responds with a much better first serve, painting the line with Nishioka unable to successfully return. And it's a break point.
After staying in the rally so well, Murray finds the edge of his racket before the ball bounces miles wide. His first-serve goes straight into the net.
It's Murray's returning which needs to improve After losing the first point, Nishioka hits an ace down the middle in an emphatic response.
Then it's hugely disappointing from Murray after a much better second-serve return. He had the chance to punish Nishioka there but the unforced error comes as he hits it long.
Murray is the aggressor in the next rally but it's sublime play from Nishioka as he hits a sumptuous winner after staying in that rally.
The Brit was dominating proceedings but the Japanese star unleashes a brilliant forehand down the line.
Two set points And he survives the first one as Nishioka hits a backhand wide. Straight-forward hold for Murray as he served to stay in the first set.
He finishes off with an ace, his first of the match. Nishioka now has the chance to serve for the first set! That's the first ace of the match as Nishioka hits a mph out wide, leaving Murray with no chance of returning.
Then at , it's a brilliant defence from Nishioka as he produces a fantastic defensive lob, which then puts Murray out of his stride.
But that is possibly Murray's best shot of the match. After an impressive rally, Murray takes the paint on the way through with a great cross court forehand.
It's Nishioka who is the aggressor again, generating a powerful backhand on the front foot before Murray then hits into the net. Then it's long from Murray and it's two break points!
His first-serve has yet to arrive at the Arthur Ashe. Will he lose control of the first set? His first-serve again goes into the net.
But that is brilliant from Murray. After a speedy second serve, he then strikes a crunching forehand after setting up the short reply.
One break point remaining! But again his first-serve hits the net. Impressive returning game there from the year-old!
After a poor return, Murray's next is much better as he goes on the attack with an aggressive backhand which Nishioka then hits into the net.
The next rally shows why today could be awkward for Murray. Nishioka's engine keeps him in that rally, which ends with Murray striking a backhand into the net.
Then that is brilliant from Nishioka, who shows true agile as he plays a backhand volley - which is not an easy shot for one of the shortest players on the tour - out of Murray's reach.
Then he wraps the game up to make it as Murray hits his backhand low into the net. The Brit is working hard at the back of the court to try and gain an advantage, but it isn't working out just yet.
After going up, Murray plays an intricate drop shot but yet his opponent was still there. However, Nishioka will be disappointed with himself there after hitting low into the net.
Then it's an easy hold as he wins on an aggressive backhand cross court, before Nishioka is forced into the error. Sloppy from Murray as he doesn't make Nishioka work on the Japanese star's second-serve.
Normally where he is so good. But then it's the first double-fault of the match from Nishioka as the game draws level at Murray again with the unforced error, hitting into the net.
Murray consolidates the break to lead Raonic Get ready to settle in for the long haul tweeps. Raonic interrompe un parziale di 9 punti avversari, ma si ferma alla palla break tenendo alto il passante di rovescio parato da Murray, che sale alla quarta palla utile.
Raonic takes the 3rd set after a well-worked tie-break, sealing it with an ace. Dopo 21 punti consecutivi al servizio, Murray vince il primo quindici in risposta ma si procede senza break con il decimo ace Raonic.
Murray conduce senza break, ma Raonic sembra meno reattivo in questa fase di gioco. Il punto del game: un bellissimo dritto in cross strettissimo del canadese.
Another BP for Murray, another big hold from Raonic. Raonic takes the first set after a correct challenge. A break in the first game the difference in that set.
Murray cancella con una seconda centrale la palla del secondo break Raonic; Milos tiene il servizio con lo smash. Comincia la seconda semifinale degli Australian Open: serve Murray e che lo spettacolo abbia inizio.
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