Andy Murray and Feliciano Lopez

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  1. Andy Murray & Feliciano Lopez play Joe Salisbury & Rajeev Ram in Queen’s doubles final
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  4. GB’s Alfie Hewett beats Gordon Reid in wheelchair singles final 6-2 7-5 at Fever-Tree Championships
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    *Lopez/Murray 3-5 Salisbury/Ram

    Murray does well to return another Ram smash, but Salisbury is there at the net again and taps a volley cross-court to secure the hold.

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    Lopez/Murray 3-4 Salisbury/Ram*

    A fan is falling asleep in the stands. Someone tell him this is Murray’s big return!

    Ram nails a smash to get it back to 30-30.

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    Lopez/Murray 3-4 Salisbury/Ram*

    The fairytale may soon be back on track.

    Ram hits the ball into the net and finds himself 30-0 down.

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    Andrew Castle

    BBC Sport tennis commentator

    Really top stuff from Salisbury and Ram. You can see why they play alongside each other – wing span, athleticism…

  5. Ram and Salisbury break

    Lopez/Murray 3-4 Salisbury/Ram*

    Well this isn’t how the Murray fairytale was supposed to go.

    Salisbury hits another forehand winner down the line to go a break up.

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    Lopez/Murray* 3-3 Salisbury/Ram

    More superb work from Salisbury at the net and he and Ram havethree break points.You can tell they’re doubles specialists.

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    Lopez/Murray* 3-3 Salisbury/Ram

    Salisbury pops up like a jack-in-the-box at the net. Lopez chases his lob but then the Brit smashes the ball into the net.

    Salisbury redeems himself with a fantastic return on Murray’s serve – a forehand winner down the line. 15-30.

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    Andrew Castle

    BBC Sport tennis commentator

    Murray’s return is certainly not there at the moment – he’s very frustrated.

    Andy Murray

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    Lopez/Murray* 3-3 Salisbury/Ram

    Salisbury’s speedy serving gets him a 30-0 lead but Lopez cuts it back with an angled volley.

    Murray hits a return long, but again Lopez saves the day when it’s his turn to receive. The Spaniard hits the ball at Ram to win the point.

    But Murray hits long and Salisbury holds.

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    Lopez/Murray 3-2 *Salisbury/Ram

    Lopez isn’t sitting down at the changeover, instead bending over in a stretch. Is he worried if he sits down he’ll never get up again?

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    Lopez/Murray 3-2 *Salisbury/Ram

    Before his surgery in January, Murray limped and grimaced between points.

    But the Scot, who has won the singles title at Queen’s five times, has looked sharp on court all week and his body language reveals how much he is enjoying playing again.

    Murray said there was “no pain at all” in his hip after the semi-final, although he admitted he was feeling the effects of the three matches he has played.

    “My back’s a bit stiff,” he said. “You’re sort of getting down low for a lot of balls and you’re always kind of in a crouched-over position in doubles a bit more than when you’re in singles.

    “I’m not used to that as much, so my back has been a little bit stiff after some of the matches. My arm is a little bit tired from serving and stuff. But my hip’s been brilliant so far. I don’t feel anything at all. It’s amazing.”

    Murray hits a backhand

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    Lopez/Murray 3-2 *Salisbury/Ram

    Lopez kicks off his service game with a double fault, but top work from Murray at the net gets them back on track.

    The Spaniard opens up his racquet and curves a forehand out wide to hold.

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    *Lopez/Murray 2-2 Salisbury/Ram

    Ram finally gets into a rhythm with his serve and holds.

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    Lopez/Murray 2-1 Salisbury/Ram*

    “Sorry Andy,” shouts Lopez as he gifts Salisbury with an easy shot at the net.

    “Sorry Feli,” says Murray as he returns the ball into the net.

    Well, they’re nothing if not polite. 30-30.

    Andy Murray

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    Lopez/Murray 2-1 Salisbury/Ram*

    A double fault from Ram gives Murray and Lopez a chance. 0-30.

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    Lopez/Murray 2-1 Salisbury/Ram*

    Murray’s backhand is so fast you can barely see the ball. He holds.

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    Lopez/Murray* 1-1 Salisbury/Ram

    Murray and Lopez are a fearsome sight at the net. They get Ram exactly where they want him and Lopez pops the ball into the open court.

    Ram makes sure Murray doesn’t hold to love with a backhand return down the line.

    “I got,” shouts Lopez as he chases down a lob like a man who hasn’t already played a couple of hours of tennis today. It’s to no avail though as his shot is slammed back at him. 40-30.


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    Lopez/Murray* 1-1 Salisbury/Ram

    Murray’s return is just as brilliant as it always has been. He hits a backhand winner to set up break point, but Salisbury holds his nerve and his serve.

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    Lopez/Murray 1-0 *Salisbury/Ram

    Salisbury’s got a big serve and Lopez and Murray position themselves deep behind the baseline.

    Lopez flicks a volley out of Ram’s reach and it’s 30-30.

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    Lopez/Murray 1-0 *Salisbury/Ram

    He looks sharp enough as he puts in a winning serve. Murray is quick at the net on the next point and the pair quickly wrap up the game.

    Murray, Lopez

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