The world number two was playing his first competitive match since his Davis Cup win over Guido Pella a fortnight ago, where he suffered a thigh injury, and got back in the groove with a 6-2 7-5 win over Seppi.
Heading into Sunday's Davis Cup matches, Argentina lead Great Britain 2-1 in the best-of-five tie. Follow the action with JOHN DOWNES on what promises to be an exciting day of tennis.
MIKE DICKSON IN GLASGOW: Andy Murray came through a third set injury scare to set up a nerve-shredding decider in Great Britain’s Davis Cup semi-final against Argentina.
Andy Murray has jumped above Roger Federer in the men’s tennis world rankings after beating David Ferrer to win the Sony Open title. The 25-year-old Scot, who will regain his number two spot when the new rankings are published Monda...
Andy Murray will lead Great Britain's charge in the Davis Cup semi-finals in the opening rubber of three day match, to be followed by Kyle Edmund taking on official Argentina No.1 Guido Pella.