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Andy Murray has admitted he does not know if he will recover from his marathon semi-final in time for Sundays ATP World Tour Finals decider against Novak Djokovic. Murray needed a tournament-record 3hr 38min to beat Milos Raonic in three sets and has now played matches of three hours or more twice in the past four days.Djokovic, on the other hand, needed just 1hr 9min to beat David Goffin 6-1 6-2 on Thursday and then only 1hr 6min to see off Kei Nishikori 6-1 6-1 in Saturdays second semi-final. Live Tennis: ATP World Tour Finals November 20, 2016, 5:45pm Live on Get Sky Sports Get a Sky Sports pass Speaking after an ice bath and a massage, Murray told a press conference: I dont know how I will feel tomorrow. Im obviously tired just now because it was a really hard match.It wasnt just that it was physically hard; it was mentally a tough match, too. It was pretty stressful. Murray has played two matches of more than three hours in four days Obviously, the body is a bit sore after such a long match, but mentally it was tiring, too.It was one of the tougher matches I have played this year. Tomorrow is the last day for a while and I get a break after that. I will just give my best tomorrow. Hopefully its enough. Greg Rusedski and Peter Fleming discuss Murrays need to recover Murray goes into the final on the back of a career-best 23-match winning streak and is aiming for a fifth successive tournament victory.He has not yet faced Djokovic during that run but insists he will not be daunted by the Serb, who has been in imperious form so far this week at the O2 Arena. Murray reacts to his win over Raonic Murray added: In terms of winning against Novak or beating Novak, you can only beat the players that are in front of you. I cant do any more than that.Ive done that this week. 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But obviously, to outside people, it was kind of an upset. People expected G2 to be really good, but just from my experience at our Korean boot camp, I felt like European teams werent as strong as people thought they were, and the NA teams were a lot stronger compared relatively to the other regions.I think the team that impressed me the most [during the boot camp] was Samsung, he continued on, giving a nod to the third-place South Korean squad. We practiced with them a lot, and I thought they were really good, most notably their bottom laner [Park Ruler Jae-hyuk], and it didnt matter what support they used. [Jo Core JJ Yong-in] and [Kwon Wraith Ji-min] are both really good, as well.CLGs next match will be on Saturday against wild-card combatant Albus Nox Luna from the CIS region.ddddddddddddObviously, the best-case scenario is getting first out of groups, but I would be fine just as long as we get in the top two [to advance], said Stixxay.After primarily taking a back seat in a cleanup role for the summer split, Stixxay was put into the more comfortable role of his hard carry champion Caitlyn in todays opener. He certainly didnt disappoint, finishing the game off with a nearly spotless scoreline of 4/1/8.The meta has definitely changed, he said. Literally every team has a different priority in pick and bans. Its kinda hard to tell what is best right now, but Caitlyn is really strong right now, so strong bottom lanes in general are really good because of the [bottom lane] changes. No more lane swaps so strong lanes will be really dominant.As a team that has always succeeded in the face of disbelief from others -- the spring NA League Championship Series of this year, the Mid-Season Invitational -- being counted out behind G2 Esports and South Koreas ROX Tigers might be right where they want themselves in the competition.Thank you, guys, for the support, he told the CLG and North American faithful to end the interview. I hope you guys never give up hope again, because [CLG] always pulls through. ' ' ' 

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