Top seed Andy Murray received a walkover to the final of the Erste Bank Open in Vienna after his opponent David Ferrer pulled out with a leg injury. The 2014 champion will now take on Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the title match where victory would help him move another step closer to deposing Novak Djokovic as world No 1. Ferrer was forced to pull out of his semi-final clash with Murray due to a leg injury Murray needs to win the title in the Austrian capital on Sunday, as well as next weeks Paris Masters, to have any chance of knocking Djokovic off the world top spot. Watch NOW TV Watch Sky Sports for just ￡6.99. No contract. The British world No 2 beat Ferrer for the title two years ago, and also defeated the Spaniard in the semi-finals on his way to winning to the title at Beijing three weeks ago.Tournament director Herwig Straka said Ferrer was visiting a private clinic where doctors advised him not to play. Highlights of Murrays Tie-Break Tens exhibition match with Jurgen Melzer It was only the second time in 1,024 career matches that Ferrer withdrew and the Spaniard said: The last two matches I had pain. Its too much to play now.He must be in quite a lot of pain, Murray said. Ill use today as a rest day, practice a little bit on the centre court.It will be a hard match [against Tsonga], but Im motivated to finish the season strong. Being in another final after a tough week is good. Tsonga reached the final in thrilling fashion against Karlovic The 2011 champion Tsonga looked to be down and out against ATP Tour ace leader Karlovic, but came through to make his first ATP final of the year after two hours and 34 minutes of action, 5-7 7-5 7-6 (8-6).It was a special match, Tsonga said. I was down one set and one break, then he gave me a break and I came back in the match. I just played more consistent and more aggressive.Check our game-by-game updates from Andy Murrays match against Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the final of the Erste Bank Open in Vienna on skysports.com/tennis, our app for mobile devices and iPad and our Twitter account @skysportstennis this Sunday or catch the action, live on Sky Sports 5 HD from 12.45pm. Also See: Murray v Djokovic: The race is on Vienna waltz for magic Murray Nishikori ends Del Potro run Injured Monfils out of Paris Wilt Chamberlain Lakers Jersey . -- Aaron Murray threw for 408 yards and three touchdowns, ran for another score, and led No. Nick Van Exel Jersey . Ryan Garbutt had a goal and two assists as Dallas snapped a six-game losing streak with a 5-2 victory over the Edmonton Oilers on Tuesday night. http://www.lakersbasketballshop.com/Anthony-Davis-Jersey/ .Y. -- Jayna Hefford scored the winning goal Friday as Canada survived a scare with a 4-3 win over Sweden at the Four Nations womens hockey tournament. 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Last year, a fourth-place finish at Dover was a little unexpected, and to perform that well and not advance? Well, that could be chalked up to a little bit of faith.Going into the race Sunday, McMurray sits five points out of the current cutoff -- behind Chip Ganassi Racing teammate Kyle Larson.As an organization, you hope one of the guys in front of us have problems and we both can make it in, McMurray said. Im not going to race Kyle any different than anyone else. Youre going to let the race play out and get the best finish you can.McMurray considers Dover a place of feast or famine. He hopes its a day like last year, when he had a big ol feast even if he missed the dessert.We havent had any drama with anyone in the Chase being eliminated from part failure or being caught up in a wreck McMurray said. This is just one of those places that a lot can happen.I havent worried about it at all because there is nothing I can do about it.Larson is taking a similar approach. He was fastest in practice Friday but starts in the row behind McMurray; the race field was set by points since qualifying was canceled because of rain.Known for not getting too excited about anything, Larson seemed quite calm heading into what some would consider the biggest race of his career.Im not nervous, Larson said. Anything can happen at Dover. That is the only nerve-wracking thing.Its nice to be on the positive end of things. ... Weve just got to run how we normally run at Dover, and hopefully thats enough to advance us.Larson hhas four consecutive top-10s at Dover, so he knows he can get the job done here.dddddddddddd With a five-point cushion on McMurray and Austin Dillon, Larson at least knows that if he finishes fourth, hes in the Chase as long as one of those drivers, or Tony Stewart or Chris Buescher, doesnt win.Dillon will take an approach similar to McMurrays.I know what my job is to do -- to beat Kyle by five or six positions or win the race, and I am automatically in, Dillon said. We have one goal, and thats just to finish as high up as we can, and weve got to beat people. ... Im excited for it.And Im going to step up to the challenge and make it happen.The whole point of this Chase elimination game is to increase the intensity and the pressure.I feel like I handle pressure well, Larson said. I dont think too much about it. Ill go out there and race, and I go out and try to do the best job I can, like I do at every race. If we run how we normally do, I hope that will be enough to transfer through.Some would say these drivers should be just happy to have made the Chase. But with the Chase format, there is hope for every driver still in contention.We havent led any laps this year, McMurray said. That being said, the way this format is, anybody can win it.McMurray tried putting the feeling of getting eliminated in perspective in a system where four drivers get eliminated after every three races, setting up four drivers with a shot at the championship at the season finale at Homestead.Whether you get eliminated in the first round or the last round, if you dont get to go to Homestead, I dont know that it matters when the season is over, McMurray said. In 72 hours, it is going to be a big deal, but if you dont make it to Homestead, it really doesnt matter. ' ' '