Andy Murray meets Milos Raonic on Saturday in the ATP World Tour semi-finals with both men chasing a first ever place in the tournament final. Murray produced his best performance of the week to beat Stan Wawrinka 6-4 6-2 and book his place in the last four of the season-end event for the first time since 2012. Andy Murray is at the SkyPad to look back at his straight set victory over Stan Wawrinka. The Scot has never reached the final of the tournament but having set new benchmarks throughout the season of his career he remains on course to do so again at The O2 this week. With rival for the No 1 spot Novak Djokovic also comfortably through to the last four, the battle to end the year as the worlds top ranked player looks like going to the wire but first Murray must overcome the semi-final barrier that has halted him in 2008, 2010 and 2012. World No 1 permutations How the battle to end the year as number one shapes up Standing in his way will be the familiar face of Raonic, the Canadian beat Dominic Thiem in straight sets on Thursday night to reach the knock-out stage having gone out in the group stages of his only previous appearance in the tournament.The pair will follow the first doubles semi-final and will not be on court before 2pm and you can follow the action on Sky Sports 3 from 12pm. Andy Murray booked a semi-final date against Milos Raonic after comfortably beating Stan Wawrinka in straight-sets. Raonic can only get better Leif Shiras on the Canadians climb up the rankings This will be the seventh time the pair have met this season, Murray winning six with Raonic withdrawing from their last contest, the Paris Masters semi-final that resulted in Murrays confirmation as world No 1.It is Murray who leads the head to head (8-3) and he will take great heart from the notable wins this season that included coming from two sets to one down to beat the Canadian in the Australian Open semi-final. Six months half price Upgrade to Sky Sports to watch Man Utd v Arsenal on Saturday and get the first six months half price He also came from a set down to claim his sixth Queens Club title and most memorably he recorded a straight sets triumph to win a second Wimbledon crown on a memorable Sunday afternoon at the All England Club. Andy Murray sights are set on the title and the world number one ranking World Tour Finals - Story So Far Andy Murray Milos Raonic beat Marin Cilic 6-3 6-2 beat Gael Monfils 6-3 6-4 beat Kei Nishikori 6-7 6-4 6-4 lost Novak Djokovic 6-7 6-7 beat Stan Wawrinka 6-4 6-2 beat Dominic Thiem 7-6 6-3 Raonics last victory over Murray came back in 2014 when he won in three sets at Indian Wells, while they have met once at The O2 where Murray won 6-3 7-5 in the same year.Murray topped the John McEnroe Group with three wins from his three matches while Raonics only defeat came against Novak Djokovic and while Murray is looking to hold on to his No 1 ranking, Raonic is out to claim the No 3 spot from the eliminated Wawrinka.However Murray is in the form of his life, he heads into the match on the back of 22 successive victories and four titles in the last six weeks, while he has as a season-high eight titles in total including a second Olympic gold medal and second Wimbledon. Highlights of Milos Raonic v Dominic Thiem in their final round robin match of the World Tour Finals. Kicking off the last four action on Saturday will be the first doubles semi-final, where Henri Kontinen and John Peers meet Bob and Mike Bryan.Kontinen and Peers won all three matches in the round robin stage and along with Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares have displayed the best form this week but they will be tested by the Bryan brothers who are determined to add a fifth season-end title to their spectacular CV.Follow all the action from the O2 on Saturday when the action begins on Sky Sports 3 from 12pm and 4pm or via our live blog here at www.skysports.com/tennis.Upgrade to Sky Sports now to watch Man Utd v Arsenal this Saturday and get the first six months half price! Also See: Murray eases past Wawrinka World No 1 permutations Raonic can only get better Yeezy Boost 350 Comprar Online . 8 Kansas to a 64-63 win over Texas Tech on Tuesday night. The freshman from Vaughan, Ont. 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FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- Bryce Petty went from roster bubble to starting quarterback in a matter of four months.With lots of twists and turns in between.The second-year player out of Baylor was no lock to make the New York Jets out of training camp, back when he was competing for the No. 3 job and the team was facing the possibility of keeping four quarterbacks on its active roster.To that point, Im not supposed to be here, and I know that, Petty said Wednesday. So, I dont take this for granted.Petty will make his second NFL start Sunday at San Francisco, but first since being made the Jets unquestioned starter for the final four games of the season.Thats quite a leap for a guy who was behind both Ryan Fitzpatrick and Geno Smith coming into the season, with rookie Christian Hackenberg, a second-round pick, considered a project but a potential franchise quarterback. That left Petty the likely odd-man out -- until New York surprisingly kept him around.Theres not a lot of teams, that I know of anyways, that would take four quarterbacks, Petty said. I really appreciate that. Thats something I think about on a daily basis.Fitzpatrick has been benched for the second time this season, and has likely played his last game for the Jets. Smiths opportunity to regain the starting job lasted less than two quarters because of a season-ending knee injury in Week 7 against Baltimore.With the Jets mathematically eliminated from the playoff hunt after a 41-10 blowout loss to Indianapolis, coach Todd Bowles decided to turn to Petty to give the young quarterback an extended look. At the very least, Petty is the QB for now. He gets a chance to prove whether he can be the QB for the future, too.Id be lying to you if I said I didnt know that, Petty said. At the same time, Im just trying to take it one game at a time. For me, this is an awesome opportunity. One, being that (to prove himself). But, two, I get to contribute and help my team in any way I can, and I hold that really high on my priority list. Thats No. 1, is to win.Petty started a month ago against Los Angeles in place of an injured Fitzpatrick, and went 19 of 32 for 163 yards and a touchdown with one interception. In mop-up duty against the Colts, he was 11 of 25 for 135 yards with a TD and two INTs.After that game, though, Bowles announced thhat Petty would be the starter the rest of the way.dddddddddddd Wednesday marked the first practice since that decision.He looked really poised and comfortable today, more so than Monday night, wide receiver Brandon Marshall said. He threw the ball extremely well and he threw it where it was supposed to go.Marshall also revealed that Petty is routinely the first player to the facility every day. That has been a new development this season, and Marshall has even stopped beginning his trek in from Brooklyn before 5:30 a.m. to try to beat Petty in.Last year, he was fat and overweight, Marshall said of Petty. Im being honest. Fitz picked on him all year. ... His body has changed. Hes ripped up, he has abs. Hes focused. He goes from the weight room to breakfast to film and hes relentless about it.Petty has a lot of winning on his college resume, having won two Big 12 championships with Baylor and putting up eye-popping passing numbers, including a Cotton Bowl-record 550 yards in a 42-41 loss to Michigan State on Jan. 1, 2015.Heading into the NFL draft last year, there were mixed reviews on Petty. Some said he was simply a product of Art Briles grip-and-rip system and would need lots of work at the next level. Others said he was a terrific athlete who could develop, with seasoning, into a potential NFL starter.The Jets took him in the fourth round, seemingly of the opinion he could be a key piece to their future. But then they drafted Hackenberg this year in the second round, which is usually a spot where eventual starters are taken.Coupled with a shoulder injury in the preseason finale, Pettys future with New York grew suddenly uncertain.I dont know if it necessarily lit anything that wasnt there before, Petty said. My goal since Ive been in here was to be the starter of the New York Jets. So, whether they drafted a kid, I think thats one of the things that keeps the drive in you, is to know theyre always looking for somebody to replace you.Whether they do it or not, is one thing. For me, it was just another reminder that, hey, this is for real. Youve got to put up or shut up.---For more NFL coverage: http://www.pro32.ap.org and http://www.twitter.com/AP-NFL ' ' '