Murray Strolls into Final Four at Wimbledon

David WyattAnalyst IJuly 1, 2009

WIMBLEDON, ENGLAND - JULY 01:  Andy Murray of Great Britain looks on during the men's singles quarter final match against Juan Carlos Ferrero of Spain on Day Nine of the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club on July 1, 2009 in London, England.  (Photo by Paul Gilham/Getty Images)

Andy Murray booked a place in the final eight to face either Andy Roddick or Leyton Hewitt with a straight-sets victory over Juan Carlos Ferrero.

Many questioned Murray's ability to come back from the five set emotional roller coaster win against Wawrinka. However, Murray proved that he had what it took to play important back-to-back matches in a high pressure cooker that is centre court.

Murray outclassed the former world No. 1.

Ferrero had no response to the power of Murray, and Murray regained form on his serve to give Ferrero little chance in this match.

If Murray was feeling the fatigue after the five set thriller on Monday, he didn't show it. He constantly changed speed and spin to give Ferrero the run around on centre court.

There was to be no nerve racking thriller like Monday.

Murray made few mistakes as he quickly moved through his service games, serving up 18 aces in total.

Murray will be pleased to have moved on so swiftly after spending over four hours on court on Monday night.

Murray defeated Ferrero 7-5, 6-3, 6-2.

The Murray express keeps on churning.