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Murray Upset, Djokovic Retirement Causes Chaos; Federer Cruising at Wimbledon

14 July 2017

Murray dealt with a balky hip throughout his five set loss (3-6, 6-4, 6-7, 6-1, 6-1) to Querrey, and struggled with his body throughout the match against the big-serving American. It also marks the second straight year that Querrey has ousted the tournament's defending champion, having defeated Novak Djokovic last year.

The incident happened at a press conference after Andy Murray's defeat in the Wimbledon quarterfinals to Sam Querrey.

Querrey's path to the Finals won't get any easier - he'll play the victor of Marin Cilic (7) and Gilles Muller (16) next.

Murray won the first and third sets on Centre Court, but Querrey won the other two to even the score at 6-3, 4-6, 7-6 (4), 1-6.

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"I'm just thrilled right now".

The two-time Wimbledon champion then began the fourth set with a love game, but it was downhill from that point on and Querrey strung together three consecutive breaks to win the next six games and claim the set in just 23 minutes. The Swiss star reached the Wimbledon semi-finals for the 12th time on Wednesday with a 6-4, 6-2, 7-6 (7/4) win over Milos Raonic.

However, the injury may have flared up during his match with Querrey as he was visibly limping in the final stages of the match, as was clear in a tweet from BBC commentator David Law.

"First male American player", he corrected, only a day after Venus Williams qualified for the semi-finals in the women's singles as she pursues a sixth Wimbledon singles title herself.

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I tried what I could do from yesterday, to get it in the condition where I'm able to play". "Am I surprised? Maybe a little bit. Earlier this year, at the age of 35 years and 174 days, Federer won the Australian Open for Grand Slam title No. 18.

"What was very tough was the beginning of the fifth set", said Muller after Cilic advanced to his first Wimbledon semifinal. You know, there's a little more on the line.

31-year-old Berdych had just played an impressive opening set tie-break when the second seed Serb called for an injury timeout for treatment on his elbow.

Querrey will play Croatia's Marin Cillic in the semifinals Friday. Federer, 35, and playing in his 100th match at the All England Club, will now face 2010 runner-up Tomas Berdych for a place in Sunday's final.

"I have had a problem with the hip for a long time".

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And his fellow Scot thinks Murray might consider a lay-off if he can not be fit for the US Open in six weeks' time.

Murray Upset, Djokovic Retirement Causes Chaos; Federer Cruising at Wimbledon