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(From The Daily Star)
Byline: IAN MURTAGH
ANDY MURRAY will today bid to fuel his reputation as the scourge of the French when he faces Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in Wimbledon's quarter-finals.
The Scot has beaten his French opponents on the last 22 times they have met.
Throw in the fact that Murray has reached the quarter-finals as the most in-form player in the men's draw - winning 12 sets, conceding none and having dropped his serve just twice - and it's little wonder bookies rate him a 1-4 shot to make it into the last four.
That would give him a likely showdown with world No.1 Rafael Nadal.
But Tsonga knows how to beat Murray in a …