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Reuters

Murray sees silver lining in Rotterdam exit

Murray, a three-time Grand Slam winner who claimed his first tour-level victory since August in the first round against Robin Haase, held his own against Rublev in a tight first set that lasted 62 minutes before the Russian raced away with the second. “I want to be playing at this level because I learn a lot from a match like this,” Murray said. Murray’s long-time rival Roger Federer is set to make his return to the court in Doha next week after two knee operations in the past 12 months and the Briton has backed the 20-time Grand Slam winner to hit top gear.

Source: Yahoo Sports

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