The Aegon Championship, Queen's Club

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The Aegon Championship, Queen's Club




Andy Murray begins his comeback after his injury lay-off at Queen's Club. How will it end? In more injury torment or ending in him regaining the trophy or perhaps somewhere in between. As long as he gets in some crucial court time and proves to be back to fitness I will be happy. Remember that last year he exited at the first stage here and yet had a great run to the final at Wimbledon proving that what happens at Queen's is not indicative of what will happen at Wimbledon.

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The Aegon Championship, Queen's Club :: Comments

Post on Wed 12 Jun 2013 - 17:21 by Guest

Only just realised it's on BBC2 every afternoon!

Andy playing now except rain has stopped play.

They're showing an old match of Rafa v Djoko at the moment.

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Post on Wed 12 Jun 2013 - 20:01 by Guest

Murray looking good when rain stopped play. He leads Mahut 6-3 2-2. He looks set to avenge his defeat by the same player at the same stage of last year's tournament.

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Post on Thu 13 Jun 2013 - 13:56 by Guest

Andy Murray wraps up his match against Mahut winning 6-3 7-6. He will be busy returning back on court later today for his next match against Matosevic. He finished the match off with some rasping winners.

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Post on Thu 13 Jun 2013 - 18:21 by Guest

Andy Murray followed up his early afternoon win with another win over the Australian Marinko Matosevic winning 6-2 6-3. Good news is he looked to be moving fine. The win puts him through to the Quarter-Finals where he will play Benjamin Becker.

Daniel Evans was soundly beaten by Juan Martin Del Potro 0-6 3-6. Jo Tsonga also won two matches today to reach the quarters beating Vasselin and then Sijsling.

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Post on Thu 13 Jun 2013 - 23:30 by Jubbahey

Good experience for Evans, hope he manages to get through the qualies and round 1 next week.

Murray strolled through the Matosevic match, apart from a little blip, but pretty clinical all round.

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Post on Fri 14 Jun 2013 - 14:52 by Guest

Defending champion Marin Cilic looked good beating Tomas Berdych in the day's first quarter-final. He awaits the winner of the match currently on court between Del Potro and Hewitt. Murray V Becker up after that at around 4.30 pm.

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Post on Fri 14 Jun 2013 - 16:29 by Guest

Well played Hewitt on beating Del Potro in three sets. He wore Del Potro down and showed up the Argentinian's limitations on grass. Next up Murray V Becker.

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Post on Fri 14 Jun 2013 - 17:18 by Guest

Andy Murray wins the first set 6-4 but was a little more patchy than he was yesterday. Still moving fine though. dogood

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Post on Fri 14 Jun 2013 - 18:12 by Guest

Yes a much more patchy performance from Andy today. It was one of those matches where he needlessly let his opponent into the match with some sloppy and a little too passive play. He started off really well but seemed to switch off and told himself the match was won long before it was. He really seems to love playing the game of brinkmanship. Murray won 6-4 7-6 but needs to up his level for a potential semi-final tomorrow against Tsonga.

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Post on Sat 15 Jun 2013 - 13:52 by Jubbahey

Well, I'm watching the 2011 highlights between Tsonga and Murray (rain delays) and its quite obvious how much Andy has "grown up" since then, temperament wise. He's so much more calmer and able to use his disappointment into the next shot.

He looked like a mad professor back then with that wild hair and eccentric mannerisms.

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Post on Sat 15 Jun 2013 - 18:52 by Guest

Tsonga takes the first set against Murray. The only worrying aspect for Murray is his service - not good today. Even if he does lose today though does it harm his Wimbledon chances? I'd say not as he exited at the Second Round stage at Queen's last year and still made the Wimbledon final.

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Post on Sat 15 Jun 2013 - 19:27 by Guest

Murray awakes from a kind of slumber and a couple of aggressive points sends Tsonga almost into his shell and Murray takes the second set 6-3. Start of the third and deciding set and - ooh I am sure I saw Andy grasping at that back. hiding

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Post on Sat 15 Jun 2013 - 19:49 by Guest

No more back grabbing to report thankfully. Murray takes command as Tsonga goes mental walkabout as Andy ups the pace and leads 4-1 in the third set. Strike that make it 5-1. Smile

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Post on Sat 15 Jun 2013 - 20:00 by Guest

Murray through to the final after taking control of the semi against Tsonga. As the match wore on he got better and looked more assured and as he upped his level Tsonga fell away mentally. Murray plays Cilic in the final.

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Post on Sun 16 Jun 2013 - 16:11 by Guest

Ouch Murray down in the final. Looked a nasty slip and seemed to injury his groin. Murray had an early break but let it slip and we are back on serve at 4-4.

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Post on Sun 16 Jun 2013 - 16:16 by Guest

Thankfully, not as bad as I had feared. Moving well enough again and comes through a testing service game to lead 5-4.

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Post on Sun 16 Jun 2013 - 16:24 by Guest

Cilic taking over. Murray rattled by the slip and shots are not coming off. Cilic breaks to lead 6-5 and will serve for the first set.

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Post on Sun 16 Jun 2013 - 16:30 by Guest

Murray misses two break points chance and Cilic takes the first set 7-5. Poor considering he led 3-0 and 4-1.

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Post on Sun 16 Jun 2013 - 16:50 by Guest

Cilic getting through a dodgy service game to hold at 2-2 in the second set. This match is almost identical to the way the Tsonga match went yesterday - lets hope it ends in the same way.

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Post on Sun 16 Jun 2013 - 16:59 by Guest

Another flaky service game from Cilic which he survives and still level at 3-3.

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Post on Sun 16 Jun 2013 - 17:03 by Guest

At least Andy getting through his service games with much more ease. Now time to improve the returns Andy. On serve in the second set with Murray leading 4-3.

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Post on Sun 16 Jun 2013 - 17:13 by Guest

Now at the business end of the set and on serve at 5-5. Should Cilic win here there will be no complaints from me as Andy has been patchy.

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Post on Sun 16 Jun 2013 - 17:19 by Guest

A solid hold by Andy to love and leads 6-5. Murray sniffing another break of serve and gets a set point and Murray takes it and we go to a deciding set.

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Post on Sun 16 Jun 2013 - 17:27 by Guest

Two games held to love and it is 1-1 in the deciding set.

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