Andy Murray's run in Eastbourne ended, as the former world No. 1 lost to Kyle Edmund 6-4 6-4. In his post-match interview, Murray said he will decide about whether if playing Wimbledon "probably" before the draw takes place on Friday morning.
'It's whether I can do myself justice. I want to go out there and compete. There is no danger of me injuring my hip more than any other stage', Murray assured. He also revealed an interesting thing happened recently: 'Two weeks ago I practiced with Kyle and I didn't win a game.
I've made decent progress in the past couple of weeks and have been somewhat competitive in the matches I have played. So I don't want to go out there to just play, I want to compete properly. If I'm in the right place, physically feel ready, and mentally in the right place, then I'll go for it.' Kyle Edmund said: 'It was a bit of a tough match mentally playing Andy.
I’ve just got to try and view it as another tennis match other than who I’m playing, but it’s always nice to come through like that. To beat a guy like Andy who I’ve looked up to so much - he’s looked after me and been really good to me - is a bit of a weird feeling.
I was a little bit nervous towards the end but it was good for me to come through.' ALSO READ: Roger Federer admits he could skip a tournament - Full details