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Andy Murray loses to Alex de Minaur despite having former rival Novak Djokovic offering advice

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Andy Murray was finally back at London’s O2 Arena last night, a long time on from when his career arguably reached its peak.

At the end of 2016 he beat Novak Djokovic here to end the year as No 1, what turned out to be the high water mark. Many physical struggles later he returned on the undercard for Roger Federer’s farewell, and found himself defeated 5-7, 6-3, 10-7 in the Laver Cup by Alex de Minaur.

Andy Murray was defeated by Alex de Minaur in the Laver Cup at the O2 Arena in London The venue was also the site of Murray's greatest career triumph when he dethroned Djokovic back in 2016 The speedy Australian’s win put a first point on the board for Team World against Team Europe to make it 2-1 ahead of what was, unusually, a doubles match in the role of the main event.

It is the 35-year-old Scot’s first outing in this semi-serious challenge match, a selection that had the distinct look of being through his appeal to the public rather on merit — as it once would have been.

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