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>> Andy Murray, knocked out of the Wimbledon quarterfinals on Wednesday. The world number one tennis player and defending champion losing to American ace Sam Querrey. Murray was leading by two sets to one at first, but a hip injury that has dogged the Brit throughout the tournament finally got the better of him.
Wimbledon's Center Court crowd cheering on the home favorite, but there was no way back. Querrey, who knocked out last year's defending champion, Novak Djokovic, is the first American to make the Grand Slam semifinals since Andy Roddick back in 2009. It's not the first shock of this year's tournament.
Rafa Nadal's defeat on Monday leaving just two of the big for male players in the competition, Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic. And there's still all to play for in the women's game. Serena Williams' pregnancy leaving the court open to her sister Venus.