Murray and Raonic into Queen’s Club final

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Andy Murray reached his fifth Queen’s Club final in eight years after beating Marin Cilic in Saturday’s semi-final.

The world number two saw off 2012 champion Cilic in three sets, 6-3 4-6 6-3.

He will meet third seed Milos Raonic, who defeated Australian Bernard Tomic in straight sets in the other semi-final.

Murray is bidding to become the first five-time winner in the tournament’s 126-year history and took the opening set against Cilic with two breaks of serve.

The Croatian broke at 3-3 in the second set on his way to forcing a decider, but that went Murray’s way from an early stage.

The Scot broke to lead 2-0 and then dominated on his own serve to clinch victory.

Raonic enjoyed a more comfortable path to Sunday’s showpiece, with single breaks in either set.

The Canadian has not dropped his serve at all throughout the tournament and took just over an hour to reach his first career final on grass.