Andy Murray is competing in the Biella Challenger Tour in northern Italy, which is valued at 44,820 euros, after he missed this year’s Australian Open after testing positive for the COVID-19 virus; Former world number one Matthias Borg will play for a place in Sunday’s final Posted by Raz Mirza Last update: 12/02/21 6:57 PM Andy Murray continued his return to competition in 2021 by reaching the ATP semi-finals Biella Challenger, top seed Andy Murray, on Friday climbed to the semi-finals of the ATP Biella Challenger Indore in northern Italy after beating Slovenian Blaise Rolla on Friday. Murray enjoyed his week in the Italian region of Piedmont this week, after witnessing his first competitive match since October, beating German Maximilian Marterer by three sets before defeating world number 234 Gian Marco Moroni, and the world’s number 124th holder continues his comeback. Fitness with a difficult 6-4 7-6 (11-9) win over Rola’s left hand at Palasport Biella. Blaise Rolla had previously played for Murray at Wimbledon in 2014 where he won only two games, winning by Murray, who created 12 speed-breaking points during his victory over Moroni, pausing with 15 points ahead of Rolla. However, he will be looking to improve his conversion rate after having only got three of them on Thursday and the same number against the Slovenian, as Rola, who reached the highest number 78, faced Murray last in the second round at Wimbledon in 2014, winning only two matches in his net. And here, he saved four break points in the third game and four more points in the sixth game, after they shared service breaks in the first two matches. He couldn’t stop the Scotsman from finally seizing his chance in the ninth game before Murray sent the group. Confidence began flowing in the Murray match and it was not surprising when he broke through Rola’s defenses again before boosting the break to lead 4-2. The delay in focus during the serve to the match cost Murray, and Rola equalized before being sent to the tiebreak, and it seemed that Rola was on track to settle the match when he came 5-1 in a break only to Murray resisting before objecting to a controversial handwritten call when he was sent 5-4 late, but The 33-year-old went deep to block four points before winning the match on his fifth point after two hours and 22 minutes. Frenchman Mathias Borg is next to Murray after he faced him for the last time in the French Open in 2016, and he will face Murray, three-time Grand Slam champion, Matthias Borg, ranked 213 in the world, after that, he met Frenchman Murray in the second round. From the French Open in 2016, pushing the finalists to five sets before being defeated. Murray was supposed to compete in the Australian Open, but he tested positive for COVID-19, the former world No. 1 should have competed in the Australian Open, but he was not allowed to travel to Melbourne after testing positive for COVID-19 and did not He then manages to find a “practical quarantine” to play at Grand Slam after he recovers. So he headed to Biella Challenger Indoor where he also entered the second of the two Challenger Championships that took place in the small northern Italian city from February 15th. He is able to play only seven official matches in 2020 due to a pelvic injury, and tours suspended for five months due to the pandemic. Don’t forget to follow us at skysports.com/tennis, our account on Twitterskysportstennis & Sky Sports – wherever you are! Available for download now on – iPhone, iPad and Android.