Murray eyes fitting finale
US Open champion Andy Murray wants to end his season in the best possible fashion - by winning a Paris and London double.
Murray will compete in this week's Paris Masters before ending 2012 at the ATP World Tour Finals at the O2 Arena, starting on Monday. World number one Roger Federer withdrew from the event in the French capital to prepare for London, but Murray wants to build momentum going into the season finale. "I'm going to go for it this week and try and play well and have the best finish to the year possible," the Scot told BBC Radio 5 live. Murray was forced to pull out of the 2011 Tour Finals with a groin injury. He strained the muscle in training and suffered a recurrence in his straight-sets defeat by David Ferrer at the O2. The British number one is determined to be fully fit heading into this year's lucrative season-ending tournament. "I know how I felt at the end of last year. It was really tough for me to work all that time to get the chance to play at the O2 and not be able to finish the tournament," Murray added. "This year, I want to make sure that come the start of that event, I'm 100 per cent ready to go." Murray will face France's Paul-Henri Mathieu in the second round of the Paris Masters on Wednesday.