Andy Murray reaches European Open quarter-finals with victory over Pablo Cuevas

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Andy Murray eased at Antwerp with a triumph over eighth seed Pablo Cuevas.
Britains former world number one – rated 243rd – beat on the Uruguayan 6-4.
It marks since he continues his return just Murray ATP Tour-level triumph in 16 weeks.
The Wimbledon champion, 32and the world number 92 Marius Copil at the previous eight of Romania, will play with.
World amount 45 Cuevas, 33, rescued seven break points prior to the Scot broke his serve at 5-4 up to take the advantage.
Murray broke before seeing out the game.
I believed I functioned quite nicely for most of the match and, when I was able to get in the baseline rallies, I believed I had been hitting the ball quite clean, which is great, explained Murray.
He served very well, which made it hard for me to find the breaks, but that I thought for me it was a good match.
In another quarter-finals at Antwerp, Swiss fourth eyebrow Stan Wawrinka will play with Frenchman Gilles Simon while Jannik Sinner – who stunned Gael Monfils – may carry on Frances Tiafoe of the usa.
The Guido Pella of argentina will perform either Ugo Humbert of either France or Belgiums David Goffin.
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