Stricken Andy Murray `gave everything´ as his Wimbledon ends

Querrey knocks Murrary out of Wimbledon quarters

Querrey knocks Murrary out of Wimbledon quarters

Andy Murray is upset by Sam Querrey in the Wimbledon 2017 quarterfinals.

The toll of playing five matches caught up with him as he limped to just his second loss in eight meetings with the giant American. Today we will be able to watch all four of the matches, with the action starting out with Murray vs Querrey on Center Court and Muller vs Cilic on Court 1, followed by Raonic vs Federer on Center Court, and Berdych vs Djokovic on Court 1 directly after.

Querrey took full advantage to reach the first Grand Slam semifinal of his career - and the first for any American man anywhere since Andy Roddick was the runner-up at Wimbledon in 2009.

"The whole tournament I've been a little bit sore", said.

"And Cilic, yes he will push him more, but I just feel Andy's mentality, being on Centre Court, and with his experience - Andy never lets any opportunities go".

Epa06083261 Sam Querrey of the United States of America celebrates winning against Andy Murray of Britain during their quarter final match for the Wimbledon Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis Club, in London, Britain, 12 July 2017.

"Querrey has had some long matches but he has a day off tomorrow to ensure an easy day and then get ready for Friday".

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Querrey will face either Gilles Muller of Luxembourg, who stunned Rafael Nadal in the fourth round, or former US Open champion Marin Cilic for a place in the final. I need to do all the right things and be even more diligent and professional than I have been recently.

"I did manage to win the third".

After cruising through the opening set he was a break up at 4-3 in the second before his afternoon dramatically unravelled, his movement and power seriously compromised.

The 30-year-old world number one had led by two sets to one, but was clearly suffering from an injury in the fourth set as his American opponent levelled the match. His face was contorted in obvious discomfort late in the match, including at one point in the fifth set when he bit the knuckle on his index finger.

"Before the tournament, it was very short-term thinking because you want to play Wimbledon", he added.

The Serb needed treatment at the end of the first set and was already dealing with a long-term right shoulder problem. "I'm sad it's over". Maybe I could have got the match done in three sets there had I closed out the second after getting the break. Federer was made to sweat a little in the third set and had to save four break points at 3-4 as Raonic finally began to hit his groundstrokes with more menace.