July 16, 2024

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Defending champion Andy Murray, who suffered a shocking exit at the Wimbledon at Wednesday after struggling with hip issues in the latter stages of his quarter-final loss against American Sam Querrey, admitted taking a break was not out of the question and did not blame the injury for his defeat.

The world number one slumped to a 3-6, 6-4, 6-7 (4/7), 6-1, 6-1 defeat to Querrey in a contest that lasted for two hours and 41 minutes on the Centre Court.

Instead, Murray praised the 28th-ranked American, saying that Querrey’s game is tailor made for grass, but that he’s also made adjustments to utilise his strengths even further on the surface. “I think he’s played well this tournament. He’s looking to be aggressive. With the strengths and power that he has, it gives him the best chance to do well in these events,” the ATP website quoted Murray as saying.

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