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Andy Murray loses at ATP Queen’s first match since Wimbledon 2017

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Andy Murray won the ATP tournament in Queen’s (1.983.595 euro) this year, not a sixth time on his palmares. The former number one in the world had Tuesday in the first round with a 2-6, 7-6 (7/4) 7-5 defeated for the Australian Nick Kyrgios (ATP 21). Only after 2 hours and 39 minutes of arc the wederoptredende Murray head.

Murray made at the London grastoernooi a comeback after eleven months of inactivity. A lingering hip injury kept the 31-year-old Shot to the side since he is in July 2017 in the quarter-finals of Wimbledon, was eliminated. At the end of 2017 seemed Murray recovered and he played a demonstratiepartij in Abu Dhabi. Eventually he would cancel for the Australian Open in January he went under the knife. In the world ranking, he is the 156th place down.

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