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Andy Murray is OUT of the Gijon Open after losing to Sebastian Korda in the quarter-finals

Andy Murray is OUT of the Gijon Open after losing in three sets to Sebastian Korda in the quarter-finals… as the Brit is defeated by world No 47 in two hour and 27 minute clash

  • Andy Murray lost in the quarter-finals of the Gijon Open to Sebastian Korda
  • The Brit lost the first and third sets during the two hour and 27 minute clash 
  • Korda will now face Frenchman Arthur Rinderknech in the semi-finals in Gijon

Andy Murray is out of the Gijon Open after being beaten in three sets by Sebastian Korda in the quarter-finals.

Having lost the opener, Murray dominated the second set before seeing Korda do the same to wrap up a 6-4 1-6 6-1 win in two hours and 27 minutes.

The Briton was broken by his American opponent in the third and seventh games of set one to fall 5-2 behind, subsequently breaking back in the eighth but unable to turn things around.

Andy Murray is out of the Gijon Open after losing in three sets to Sebastian Korda

The American Korda will now face French player Arthur Rinderknech in the semi-finals in Gijon

The American Korda will now face French player Arthur Rinderknech in the semi-finals in Gijon

Murray then took the first five games of set two en route to drawing level – only to lose the first five of set three as Korda surged to victory.

Korda will now face Frenchman Arthur Rinderknech, who beat Spain’s second-seeded Pablo Carreno Busta (Spa) 4-6 6-3 7-6 (16).

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