Andy Murray and playing accomplice Marcelo Melo are out of the men’s duplicates at Eastbourne in the wake of losing their opening match to Robert Farah and Juan Sebastian Cabal 6-2, 6-4 on Tuesday.
It was Murray’s first thrashing since experiencing hip reemerging medical procedure in January after he made a triumphant come back to tennis by winning the copies title with Feliciano Lopez at Queen’s last end of the week.
Scheme and Farah, who are the No. 1 seeds at Eastbourne, additionally earned their retribution on Murray after the previous world No. 1 and Lopez vanquished the profoundly positioned copies pair in the opening round at Queen’s.
Murray will presently turn his consideration towards Wimbledon, which begins July 1. The three-time Grand Slam champion had clowned that he would bungee bounce off East Sussex’s Beachy Head on the off chance that he won a second back to back title this week.
In the interim Lopez, who likewise won the singles title during a long distance race exertion at Queen’s last end of the week, pulled back from his initially round match against Pierre-Hugues Herbert.
Somewhere else in the men’s singles, Queen’s second place Gilles Simon advanced to the quarterfinals with a 7-5, 6-1 prevail upon Tennys Sandgren. Simon will play Nicolas Jarry after he vanquished Pablo Cuevas 6-1, 7-6 (4).
Cameron Norrie additionally vanquished Jeremy Chardy 6-3, 7-6 (4) to set up a conflict against individual Brit Kyle Edmund.