sport news Andy Murray raises further doubts over his future after Qatar Open second round ... trends now

sport news Andy Murray raises further doubts over his future after Qatar Open second round ... trends now
sport news Andy Murray raises further doubts over his future after Qatar Open second round ... trends now

sport news Andy Murray raises further doubts over his future after Qatar Open second round ... trends now

Andy Murray was beaten in three sets by 18-year-old Czech talent Jakub Mensik The 36-year-old expressed his frustrations to his coaching team mid-match Murray has endured a difficult start to the season with only one win to his name 

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Andy Murray's future will come under further scrutiny after he lost in the second round of the Qatar Open to teenager Jakub Mensik.

Murray has repeatedly said he is not about to retire after a horror run of form but the fierce competitor inside him will not be able to put up with too many more defeats like this, at one point appearing to shout to his team: 'this game is not for me any more.'

Murray, whose first-round win over Alexandre Muller on Tuesday was his first victory since October, was beaten 7-6 (6) 6-7 (3) 7-6 (4) in over three hours by the 18-year-old.

The Scot will have nightmares about a volley he missed on set point in the first-set tiebreak and then the way he lost the final-set tiebreak after fighting back will frustrate him.

Murray will consider Mensik an opponent he should not be losing to, especially has he had already won eight games on the ATP

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