It wasn't easy, but Andy Murray is into the final of the ATP World Tour Finals.
The 29-year-old had to come from a set down against Canada's Milos Raonic to win 5-7 7-6 (7-5) 7-6 (11-9), saving a match point along the way. The whole match took a massive three hours and 38 minutes and put Murray into his first ever final of the end-of-season competition - where he will face either Novak Djokovic or Kei Nishikori.
Neither player could take their eyes off the ball for a second of such a close, epic encounter - or could they? Looking back it looks like he two of them were having trouble keeping track of where the ball was all game actually.
Murray looked like he had his eye on it here
But Raonic certainly didn't here
"Milos it's behind you mate"
"Oh yes I think I see it!"
"Wait where'd it go?"
On Murray's nose, obviously
"It's okay I'll get it."
"Ow. My face."
"My nose hurts."
"Hey is your nose okay?"
"It's fine, do you have the ball?"
"I've got my eye on it. If I lose it this time I don't know what I'll do"
"This match has been too long, I've had enough I'm throwing the ball away."
"Well if you're going to be like that I'm off mate, see you later."
"Mr Murray, before you go... This big pink ball looks like your nose."
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