Murray endures first destruction of tennis rebound

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.