Andy Murray’s preparation for defending his Wimbledon title took a huge knock, when he crashed out of the Aegon Championship at Queen’s in his first match at the hands of Jordan Thompson.
Murray conceded “I have a lot of work to do before Wimbledon,” but offered no excuses for the defeat saying simply “He played better than me.”
Amazingly Thompson wasn’t even scheduled to play against Murray and was called in to replace the injured Aljaz Bedene a few hours beforehand.
Australian Thompson,23, who is ranked number 79 in the world must be delighted after knocking the world number one out.
Andy Murray will now spend his time on the practice court as he aims to improve on his game.
Sadly Murray was not the only one to suffer when he lost, for he had promised to donate his earning to the families of the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire.
Source : BBC
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