The two-time Wimbledon champion Andy Murray suffered his first ever loss at Wimbledon after he was defeated 6-4, 7-6 (4) 6-7 (3) 7-6,

6-4 (4) 7-6 (3) 7-6 (4) 6-7 (3) an impressive John Isner in the second round of the tournament on Wednesday.

Murray had won in his prior matches by averaging 6ft 10in Isner however, when they met for the first time with grass courts,

The 37-year-old Isner scored 82 wins which included 36 aces. He scored 43 points out of 61 on the net, and also took 2 break-points.

There's no doubt that I'm not the best tennis player in the world than Andy Murray," Isner stated. "I may have had a bit more than Murray today.

Given the age that I am in right now I must take advantage of these moments. This is among the most significant achievements in my career.

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To be able to play like I achieved against one of our best players of all time is an incredible achievement for me. He's an enormous inspiration for all of us within the team locker rooms.

Murray 35, who was unable to take part in any competitive tennis for two weeks prior to Wimbledon because of an injury to the abdomen. lost his serve during the third match.

He made two break points in the next match but 37-year-old Isner was able to stop them and held the lead to win the first set.

Isner won the tiebreak of the second set 7-4. Murray came back to take the third set via tiebreak 7-3.

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