What's next for Andy Murray? After first round exits at the Cincinnati Masters and Winston-Salem Open, the Scot admits he could be forced to drop down a level in order to rebuild his confidence. Murray was much improved from his comeback loss to Richard Gasquet as he went down 7-6 (10-8) 7-5 to American Tennys Sandgren in a promising display in just his second singles match back since career-saving hip surgery in January. The 32-year-old has already confirmed he will not play singles or doubles in the US Open, which starts in New York next week. Despite some flashes of form from the Briton, who...Full Article
Andy Murray could drop down a level to further his singles comeback
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