Milos Raonic

Querrey tops Murray at Wimbledon; Djokovic out; Federer wins

The first portentous sign of trouble for Andy Murray, surprisingly enough, came right as the two-time Wimbledon champion constructed an ample lead over Sam Querrey in the quarterfinals Wednesday.

The top-seeded Murray flicked a cross-court backhand passing shot so forcefully, placed it so perfectly, that Querrey barely got his racket on the ball, sending a volley well wide. With that, Murray was up by a set plus a break in the second. As he headed to the sideline for the changeover, though, Murray limped, bothered by a sore left hip.

As the match wore on, the hitch in Murray's step became more pronounced, his shots less effective. And Querrey, an American seeded 24th, took...

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