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He’s characterized the injury as one he’s carried for many years.
He said he's been a little sore throughout the tournament. He knew playing Wednesday's match wouldn't cause any more damage to the hip so he wanted to "find a way to the end," Murray said. "The end of the fourth set and fifth set, felt like he hardly missed any first serves. I wasn't getting enough power on my serve to put him in any bother there.
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WIMBLEDON, England — Defending champion Andy Murray, clearly having difficulty moving by the latter stages of the match, was upset by 24th-seeded American Sam Querrey 3-6, 6-4, 6-7 (4), 6-1, 6-1 in the Wimbledon quarterfinals on Wednesday.“I’m still in a little bit of shock myself,” said Querrey, who ended the match with an ace.Berdych was leading 7-6 (2), 2-0 when Djokovic decided he couldn't play.Murray started to have a problem with his hip at the Queen’s Club tournament three weeks ago.Almost invariably, sports games on TV and in the movies are extremely close, go down to the wire, and are decided by a crucial, unbelievable, Million-to-One Chance play at the last second.Usually, the game in which this occurs is the grand finale; the championship or playoff game pitting the ragtag underdogs against the seemingly unbeatable Opposing Sports Team.
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(And also note that it make the example an aversion or subversion of this trope; the game is still decided on the final play, even if not in the protagonists' favor.) In Real Life examples this is even more prominent; close games that come Down to the Last Play are often contested by two evenly-matched teams, both of which are deserving of the win, and thus there isn't a clear protagonist if one is not in either team's fanbase. See Just in Time for the non-sport variation of this trope.