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Andy Murray says he needs to return to playing his own game


Andy Murray has conceded he needs to return to playing his own game after losing in the first round of the bett1HULKS Indoors ATP event in Cologne on Tuesday.


Murray fell to veteran Spaniard Fernando Verdasco in Germany, which followed him tumbling out of the French Open with a straight-sets, first-round loss to Stan Wawrinka as he battles back from hip surgery.


0:35 Murray and Alexander Zverev got a closer look at Cologne, as they played tennis on the roof of the Lanxess Arena


Murray and Alexander Zverev got a closer look at Cologne, as they played tennis on the roof of the Lanxess Arena


The 33-year-old was handed a wildcard in Cologne, where he showed plenty of his competitive determination with a number of crucial breaks against Verdasco.


Murray vowed to have "a long, hard think" after suffering the joint worst Grand Slam defeat of his career to Wawrinka in the first round at Roland Garros, where he won just six games.






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