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Murray through to Queen's final

Andy Murray is through to the final. Credit: PA

Andy Murray remained on course for a record-equalling fourth Queen's crown as he swept into the final of the Aegon Championships by brushing aside Viktor Troicki.

The Scot completed a 6-3 7-6 (7/4) success over the Serbian as their rain-delayed last-four meeting resumed, setting up a final meeting with big-serving South African Kevin Anderson in Sunday afternoon's final.

The match resumed at 3-3 in the first set and Murray started in emphatic fashion as he won the first four games of the day.

Troicki broke in the second set for a 3-2 lead, but the home favourite levelled the match at 4-4 before closing out the match on a tie-break.


Murray reveals French Open illness woes

Murray was beaten by Novak Djokovic in their French Open semi-final. Credit: PA

Andy Murray has revealed he battled illness and a "closed up" eye during his run to the French Open semi-finals.

The former Wimbledon champion admitted he "didn't feel great" during the competition, but dismissed fears the bug could hit his Wimbledon preparations.

The 28-year-old will start his quest for a fourth title at the Aegon Championships on Monday, but will face a qualifier so has to wait until the end of Sunday's play to discover his first-round opponent.

Murray also confirmed coach Amelie Mauresmo will not join his back-room staff at Queen's Club, but will be on hand for Wimbledon.

I took three and a half days off after Paris and then practised the last couple of days at Wimbledon then came here today; this is the first day I've practised here.

They were three full days off any training or anything. I needed to rest and recover. I was actually sick for about a week, really, so I needed to recover from that too.

To be honest, I actually felt okay, but the day I played (David) Ferrer (in the quarter-finals) I didn't feel great.

When I got on the court and started running around it was fine, but when I got back my left eye closed up, and I had a bad cough for a couple of days.

I don't know whether I was just run down or tired, but it had been a long few weeks - but I feel fine now.

– Andy Murray

Kyle Edmund withdraws from Queen's championship

Kyle Edmund beat Stephane Robert in the first round of the French Open. Credit: PA

British number three Kyle Edmund has pulled out of the Aegon Championships after getting injured during the French Open.

The 20-year-old, who is on the brink of entering the world's top 100, picked up an abdominal injury ahead of his second-round match against Nick Kyrgios at Roland Garros.

His wild card at the Queen's Club will be taken by Australia's Thanasi Kokkinakis.


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