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Murray won the first match at Queen's Club 2019

Murray won the first match at Queen's Club 2019

Andy Murray has just made an impressive comeback in the Queen's Club double content 2019 when he and teammate Feliciano Lopez beat No. 1 seed couple Juan Sebastian Cabal - Robert Farah with the score 7-6 (5) 6-3.

At first, many people believed that Andy Murray was unfortunate when he drew Feliciano Lopez to meet the first seed Robert Farah and Juan Sebastian Cabal at the Fever Tree Championships at Queen's Club. But it turns out, hitting Murray's friends is unfortunate for Colombia's No. 1 seed pair. Robert Farah and Juan Sebastian Cabal were defeated with the final results 7-6, 6-3.

This is not only a result of Andy Murray's efforts after his hip surgery six months ago. His ecstatic first-half performance during the half-year break was also considered a part of the medical research. So 157 days after thinking of having to part with Melbourne tennis and 143 days from surgery, Andy Murrayhad the right to dream of new successes. He even seems to want to extend his victory to the upcoming 2019 Wimbledon.

Andy Murray and Feliciano Lopez's opponents in the Fever-Tree championships quarter-finals will win the match between Felix Auger / Alex de Minaur and Daniel Evans / Ken Skupski.

Murray won the first match at Queens Club 2019

Pierre-Hugues Herbert will be the matchmaker with Andy Muray in Wimbledon 2019

After winning the Queen's Club 2019 marked the return of the perfect pitch, Andy Murray revealed: He has just reached an agreement to offer a double-win partner to attend Wimbledon 2019. That person is not Feliciano but Pierre-Hugues Herbert. This French player is even more formidable because he is currently the world No. 2 player in the content of double doubles and won 4 Grand Slam championships in this content.

However, Andy Murray's goal has not stopped there. Feeling extremely confident after the first match, he is contemplating being included in the Wimbledon men's and women's doubles 2019 if you find a match.