Andy Murray column: Why my comeback was so emotional

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       Andy Murray says Queen's Club is the ideal place to make his return to competitive action- having been

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A lot of the other players, coaches and fans were giving me messages and wishing me luck, saying it was great to see me back on the court.

The three-time Grand Slam champion played his first competitive match since SW19 previous year - 342 days ago - and put in a spirited display in going down to a three-set defeat to Nick Kyrgios at the Fever-Tree Championships at Queen's Club.

"I think the biggest challenge will always be mental", Djokovic said, as quoted on Tennis World USA.

"So when he's been through a tough stage or period, it's good to see him back".

The comical scenes extended into the match as well at times, with numerous "tweeners" from Kyrgios giving the match more of an exhibition feel than an actual tournament.

Once he stopped the tippy-tappy tennis and started crunching 225 kilometres per hour (140mph) serves and thunderous groundstrokes, he began to give Murray a real examination on his first match on return from injury. "I really haven't played a whole lot of tennis, so I'm happy I got out there and competed and performed respectably".

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It was Murray's first competitive match for 11 months owing to a hip problem that required surgery in January.

Nick said before the match that he was the best guy for me to play on my comeback - I wouldn't agree with that. I'm really happy that I got on the match court today. "So, you know, I'm feeling decent, considering that".

Djokovic, playing at the prestigious London event for the first time since 2010 after being handed a late wildcard, outclassed Australian John Millman 6-2 6-1.

"How I feel tomorrow is relevant".

Resuming after 342 days out following hip surgery, Murray double-faulted to lose the match, having saved three match points. "I certainly could have done some stuff better, like beginning of the second set I thought my level at times was good; sometimes not so good".

"I don't really know (what to expect)".

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"It was a good match", said Djokovic.

Britain's Andy Murray of Britain in action against Nick Kyrgios of Australia during their first round match at the Fever Tree Championships at Queen's Club in London, Britain, 19 June 2018.

"I put a lot of balls back in play off his first serve".

The 12-time major victor next plays Grigor Dimitrov in the star-studded Wimbledon prelude.

"It was unusual because on big points, when I won them, I nearly felt bad if I showed any emotion. So a match against Dimitrov, obviously, is a very good challenge for both of us, especially me at this time, with not too many matches under my belt in general this year or the past 12 months".

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