Britain’s Andy Murray reached the Paris Masters final for the first time with a 6-4 6-3 victory over Spain’s David Ferrer.
The second seed won the last five games of the match to seal the win in one hour 35 minutes.
The Scot, 28, said: “I played aggressive tennis and was particularly successful at the net.”
He will play world number one Novak Djokovic or French Open champion Stan Wawrinka in Sunday’s final.
Murray will finish the year second in the world rankings if he wins the trophy.
He faces a challenging end to the season, with the ATP World Tour Finals in London only eight days away, followed by Britain’s first Davis Cup final since 1978, which gets under way in Belgium in three weeks’ time.
Murray added: “It would be nice to achieve my highest-ever year-end ranking, but it is more about seeding for the Australian Open in…
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