Andy Murray dumped but not disgraced under Kyle Edmund’s Eastbourne storm

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• Edmund wins 6-4, 6-4 in all-British second-round match
• Murray yet to decide on participation at Wimbledon

Andy Murray has only a day or so to analyse his form and fitness three matches into his comeback but, if he does commit to playing Wimbledon next week – he was still undecided on Wednesday night – he will return as surely the best three-digit outrider in the world rankings since Andre Agassi.

The mercurial American, Murray’s childhood hero, drifted as low as No 141 a year after being No 1 in the world during an existential collapse in the 90s before climbing back to the top, and retired a decade later at 36.

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Written by Kevin Mitchell at Eastbourne
This news first appeared on https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2018/jun/27/andy-murray-progress-promising-eastbourne-despite-defeat-kyle-edmund under the title “Andy Murray dumped but not disgraced under Kyle Edmund’s Eastbourne storm”. Bolchha Nepal is not responsible or affiliated towards the opinion expressed in this news article.