02 July, 2017
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Andy Murray has pulled out of a second pre-Wimbledon exhibition match at London's Hurlingham Club today due to a sore hip.
"It is nerve-racking, I get very nervous and I feel the pressure before Wimbledon every year", Murray said.
Murray is still expected to play on Friday before he begins the defence of his Wimbledon title on 3 July. Unlike before Paris, he is hitting the ball really well.
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His best showing this year was at the French Open where he reached the semi-finals but it was interesting to hear Stan Wawrinka's comment following his defeat of the Briton, when he pointed out: "Last year he was stronger".
Murray, who last played at Hurlingham in 2014, was supposed to take on France's Lucas Pouille at the Aspall Tennis Classic but pulled out after experiencing soreness in his hip. "If the weather is good I am sure we will practice".
Murray was knocked out at Queen's in the first round by world number 90 Jordan Thompson. "We have seen that movie over and over". "There is no guarantee that I won't do well at Wimbledon, but it certainly would have helped to have had more matches".
According to The Times Murray has been treating his hip with sessions of "gyrotonic, a form of exercise that uses elements of yoga and t'ai chi", and the tennis world will discover on Monday whether it's been successful.