Andy Murray lost to Alexander Bublik in two sets in the ATP 250 Championship Quarterfinals on turf in Newport. Jason Kobler tried to make another surprise.

Marcin Mutica

Britain's Andy Murray

Getty Images/Visionhaus/Pictured: Andy Murray

Andy Murray had high hopes for the turf season, but he will end this season without a title. After the final in Stuttgart and the second round of Wimbledon, the Briton played at the ATP tournament in Newport, reaching the quarter-finals. At this point he lost 5:7, 4:6 with Alexander Poplikim.

– It’s great to be here again in the semi-finals. I want to win as many matches as possible – said the 25-year-old from Gatczyna, who reached the final of the 2019 Infosys Hall of Fame Open, citing atptour.com.

In the semifinals, the third seed, will face sexy Publik Jason Kobler. The Australian, who eliminated top seed Felix Auger-Aliassime in the second round, followed the blow by winning Friday 7:5, 7:6 (3) over fellow countryman and “eight” champion James Duckworth.

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Mentally it’s an important victory for me. I’m glad I was consistent throughout the match – the 29-year-old Kobler hung up, which for him is the first promotion to the semi-finals of the main series of his career.

Infosys Open Hall of Fame, Newport (USA)
ATP 250, grass field, total prize money of 594.5 thousand. dollar
Friday 15 July

Singles Quarter-finals:

Alexander Bublik (Kazakhstan, 3) beat Andy Murray (UK, 6/WC) 7-5, 6-4
Jason Kobler (Australia) b James Duckworth (Australia, 8) 7-5 7-6 (3).

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