Andy Murray (ATP 156), the second round of the grastoernooi in Eastbourne (661.085 euro) not survived. He lost Wednesday in a British tête-à-tête with a 6-4, 6-4 by second seed Kyle Edmund (ATP 18).
Murray played in Eastbourne was his second tournament after almost a year of inactivity due to hip problems. Last week, lost the Shot at his comeback on the grass at Queen’s in the first round by Nick Kyrgios.
In Eastbourne, beating Murray on Monday in the first round, the Swiss Stan Wawrinka, who after a knee injury on the way back is working.
Or the 31-year-old Murray is participating in Wimbledon, that next week starts, is still unclear. He won the grand slam tournament for their own people twice, in 2013 and 2016, and was olympic champion in 2012.