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Andy Murray beats Milos Raonic to keep ATP Finals hopes alive

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Murray is "relishing" showdown with Roger Federer at 8pm on Thursday

Britain's Andy Murray kept his ATP World Tour Finals hopes alive with a straight-sets win over Milos Raonic at the O2 Arena.

Murray would have been been eliminated with a defeat but came through a tense match 6-3 7-5.

He will face Roger Federer in his final Group B encounter on Thursday, with a semi-final place still up for grabs.

Andy Murray in action at the ATP Finals in LondonGetty Images
Murray had lost to Raonic in three of their previous four meetings prior to this match
Andy MurrayReuters
Murray could lose against Federer and still progress, if the other Group B match goes his way

Federer earlier beat Kei Nishikori 6-3 6-2 to top the standings after two matches.

"On Sunday, there wasn't much magic," said Murray. "Today I came up with some good shots in the right moments. Milos didn't serve as well as he can and that helped."