British tennis player Andy Murray will take on world number one Novak Djokovic in the Final of the Sony Ericsson Open or the Miami Masters after getting a walkover to the Final when his Semi Final opponent, Spanish tennis ace Rafael Nadal had to withdraw due to a knee injury. The Djoker defeated Juan Monaco 6-0, 7-6 in the other Semi Final match to set up another meeting with Murray, their 13th career meeting and second in 4 years in the Final of the Miami Masters where he was beaten by the Scotsman in 2009.

Due to the injury sustained by Nadal, Murray was left extremely disappointed at not being able to work and test out the plans that he and his coach Ivan Lendl had worked on throughout the last couple of months. He also received a walkover in the third round of the Miami Masters when Milos Raonic pulled out of the match and this means that the final against Djokovic will only be the 4th match that Andy Murray has played in the entire competition.

According to Murray, he had been working with his coach Lendl on some plans that had been specifically devised for the top three of Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer and he would have loved to work on them in the match against Nadal. Murray, who has dropped only one set on his way to the final, however, doesn’t believe that he will be behind Djokovic in the match considering that he is the fresher of the two.

Andy Murray did mention his win against The Djoker at the Miami Masters in 2009 but was quick to point out that both of them were young at that time and now, it will be an all different ball game in the Final.