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Andy Murray suffers shock defeat during build-up to US Open

Scot loses at Citi Open in Washington to Russian Teymuraz Gabashvili

Andy Murray speaks to media ahead of the Citi Open in Washington

Citi Open 2015: Andy Murray returns in quick time for US hard-court season following Davis Cup success

The Scot will face Russia's world No 53 Teymuraz Gabashvili in Washington DC

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Hamburg Open 2015: Doubles glory for Jamie Murray

Murray and Peers, who were playing their first tournament since losing to Jean-Julien Rojer and Horia Tecau in the Wimbledon final last month

In with a shout: Andy Murray, right, and brother Jamie during their victory

Andy Murray: Davis Cup glory makes lack of rest worthwhile

Murray has hardly had a day off since April

Andy Murray on his way to victory at the Davis Cup

Davis Cup: Andy Murray leads Great Britain to victory and first semi-final since 1981

Scot came from a set down to beat France's Gilles Simon and give Great Britain unassailable lead

In with a shout: Andy Murray, right, and brother Jamie during their victory
Andy Murray celebrates with captain Leon Smith after winning his match against Jo-Wilfried Tsonga of France during Day One of the World Group Quarter Final Davis Cup

Davis Cup: Andy Murray hits back after James Ward beaten to level quarter-final tie with France

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Davis Cup: Andy Murray must fight fatigue in World Group quarter-final against France

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Wimbledon 2015: Briefly, Roger Federer floated free again – before crashing back down to earth

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Wimbledon 2015: Reborn Martina Hingis rolls back the years to claim two titles in two days

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