2012 U.S. Open Scores: Andy Murray Advances To Finals; Weather Suspends Rest Of U.S. Open Matches

Foul weather suspended the U.S. Open early on Saturday afternoon, but not before Andy Murray was able to blast a victory by Tomas Berdych to advance to the men's singles final.

Berdych won the first set 7-5 but Murray fired right back 6-2, 6-1, 7-6 (7) to fight his way past the brutal weather conditions into the final. Wind gusts pushed past 20 mph and at one point blew a chair onto the court. Murray will have to wait on extra day to see who his opponent is as Novak Djkovic and David Ferrer's match was suspended with Ferrer ahead in the first set 5-2.

Murray is aiming to win his first Grand Slam title, and the first one for any British man in 76 years.

The women's singles final between fourth-seeded Serena Williams and top-seeded Victoria Azarenka is also suspended until Sunday, Sept. 9.

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