The Scot has made a heroic comeback from injury but he was outclassed by the young Canadian Denis Shapovalov and will surely ask himself if all the hard work is worth it
It was late when Andy Murray finally made it out on to Centre Court for his match against Denis Shapovalov, and the clouds were just closing in over the last little patch of blue sky left over Wimbledon.
There were two lads out in the crowd on Henman Hill who were weighing up their options. It was a hard-won spot, the hill was so busy they’d closed it off, but they were thinking of giving it up. They’d had a good day of it, done a little too much drinking, caught a touch too much sun. “You up for making a move after these?” one said, waggling his beer. “Let’s give it another minute,” his mate replied, “see if it stays this one-sided.”
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