Published: Thu, June 21, 2018
Sports | By Johanna Francis

Wawrinka eases to opening win at Queen's

Wawrinka eases to opening win at Queen's

Another big-name victor was three-time Grand Slam champion Stan Wawrinka, who took apart Cameron Norrie of Britain 6-2, 6-3.

"I arrived here on Wednesday, was feeling good physically, so it was good to get a lot of tennis on the court".

"So I need to take every match, every win, as something really positive and keep doing the right job every day".

The third set of a match which lasted almost two hours took only 22 minutes, and long before the end the outcome had ceased to be in doubt.

"I will have ups and downs in the next months and need to be patient".

Muller, ranked 32nd, will play top seed Croatian Marin Cilic or Spanish veteran Fernando Verdasco in the second round.

Also, Gilles Muller, a semifinalist previous year, beat Denis Shapovalov of Canada 7-6 (9-7), 7-6 (8-6).

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Wawrinka hardly had to break sweat to see off Norrie and next faces former Queen's victor Sam Querrey of the United States, who beat British wild card and ATP Tour debutant Jay Clarke 6-3, 6-3.

The world number six, who finished as Australian Open runner-up in January, was back on grass in London for the first time since his tearful injury-plagued Wimbledon final defeat against Roger Federer previous year.

Andy Murray, Kyle Edmund, Dan Evans, and Novak Djokovic, are all due in first round action on Tuesday.

Djokovic plays Australian qualifier John Millman and Murray will make his first appearance for 11 months after finally recovering from a hip injury that needed surgery in January. I can see it, week after week, always something better and better.

"He is just coming back from injury and it's going to be tough out there for sure". Every day it's getting better, and in general, I'm happy with my level, with the way I'm doing on the court. The knee feels good, for sure.

The Swiss squandered several set points in the opening set and although he took the second on a tiebreak he capitulated in the decider after dropping serve at 1-2, losing 7-5 6-7 (3) 6-1.

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