After a 7 month absence. Murray lost his first single match
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LONDON (Reuters) – Andy Murray lost his first singles match after a seven-month absence from hip surgery on Friday when he fell to Frenchman Richard Gask in the first round of the Cincinnati tennis tournament on Monday.
Former number one player in the world Murray has not played since leaving Australia in the first round of the Grand Slam in January.
He said after leaving the Australian Championship that the pain in his hip was unbearable and therefore did not expect to continue playing, but underwent surgery to allow him to return to the stadiums where he participated in doubles and won the tournament in Queens, along with the Spanish Feliciano Lopez.