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REVEAL: Andy Murray triumphed the Queen’s Club 2019 with a piece of metal on his hip

REVEAL: Andy Murray triumphed the Queen’s Club 2019 with a piece of metal on his hip

The 32-year-old Andy Murray has earned his first title after injury, with Salisbury - Ram 7-6, 5-7, 10-5 pairing with Feliciano Lopez at the Fever Tree Championships.

"This title is more special than the single men's championships I have ever won in my career," Andy Murray was moved after the championship. "I was crowned with a piece of metal on my side. Two months ago, I couldn't think of this day".

In the finals on June 23, double Andy Murray - Feliciano Lopez lost the previous delivery game but equalized 5-5 in the first set. In the series tie-break, Murray and Lopez were led 1-5, but upstream won 8-6. Andy Murray and his teammates, after losing a second set 5-7, won a series of super tie-break with a score of 10-5 to win the Fever Tree Championships.

Persistent hip injuries have caused Andy Murray to retire from Australia Open in January. After that, the three Grand Slam owners decided to have a bone implant surgery on their hips, hoping to return to a professional match. With the coronation at the Fever Tree Championships, Andy Murray was the first player to win a piece of metal on his hip.

Andy Murray did not risk his health after taking a five-month break because of a hip injury, leaving open the possibility to attend the singles content at Wimbledon. In the upcoming Grand Slam tournament, the Scottish player will pair with the expert to serve on France's Pierre-Hughes Herbert.

Feliciano Lopez, who paired with Murray at Queen's Club last week, is at the heart of the football club. The Spanish player won both singles and double at the Ever Tree Championships. In the men's singles, the Madrid Open tournament director lowered Gilles Simon 6-2, 6-7, 7-5 in the final. The victory was regarded as a strong response from Feliciano Lopez, after he and fellow countryman Marc Lopez were accused of selling at ATP recently.