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Murray rallied to beat defending
champion Marin Cilic 5-7, 7-5, 6-
3 yesterday to win the Queen s Club
tournament for the third time.
It was the 27th career title for the
Briton, who also claimed the trophy
in 2009 and 11, and his second of
the season after winning at Miami
Murray s victory came in his first
tournament since he was forced to
withdraw from the French Open
with a back injury.
"I worked very hard in the time
that I had off to try and get myself
in the best shape possible," Murray
Murray held an early advantage,
breaking to lead 2-0 and then fight-
ing off three break points in the next
Cilic broke back at 4-2 on his
sixth break point of the set and held
off two break points to hold for 4-
4. Murray yelled in agony in that
eighth game after straining his groin
in a stretch but continued without
treatment. Murray then saved break
point with an ace to hold for 5-4,
was broken at 5-5 and was unable
to convert two break points as Cilic
served out the set.
In the second set, Murray failed
to win three break points at 3-2 but
broke for the set when Cilic netted
Murray dominated the final set,
going 3-1 ahead when Cilic made a
forehand error before closing out
the match on his second match
SAINT-OMER---Simon Thornton of
Ireland beat Tjaart Van der Walt on
the first hole of a playoff at the Najeti
Hotels Open to win his first European
Tour title yesterday.
Both players shot 1-under 70 in the
final round, each parring the last six
holes to finish at 5-under 279. In the
playoff, Van der Walt of South Africa
bogeyed No. 18 while Thornton made
a short par putt to win the title.
Seve Benson of England shot 70 to
finish third, one stroke back. English-
man Robert Dinwiddie was fourth
after shooting 70 to total 282 --- one
stroke clear of compatriot Chris Lloyd
and Sweden s Pelle Edberg.
"I ve been working hard on my
short game for a couple of years now
so I m delighted," Thornton said. "I
changed my putter and my putting
technique last week too, so it all came
together this week."
Thornton was joint 11th at this tour-
nament last year. His only other top-
10 finish on the European Tour was
finishing ninth at the BMW Interna-
tional Open in Munich in 2010.
The tearful Irishman dedicated the
victory to his deceased father.
"It s so big for me," Thornton said.
"On father s day, too. He passed away
three years ago and it still hurts. But
they are happy tears today. This is
dedicated to him."
Thornton, Van der Walt and
Frenchman Baptiste Chapellan went
into the final round with a share of
the lead. But Chapellan fell out of
contention after making six bogeys in
Van der Walt and Thornton
swapped the lead on the front nine
before Benson joined the hunt for the
title on the back nine.
Thornton birdied the 10th to move
one stroke clear of Van der Walt. But
the South African rallied by picking
up a shot on the 12th.
Benson hit two straight birdies to
draw level atop the leaderboard but
faded when he bogeyed the 16th..
FLUMSERBERG---Rui Costa of Por-
tugal retained his Tour de Suisse title
yesterday after winning the final stage
by 21 seconds.
The Movistar rider finished the 26.8-
kilometre time trial in 51 minutes, 56
seconds, holding off Tanel Kangert of
Spain and the Netherlands Bauke
Switzerland s Mathias Frank began
the final stage in the lead but finished
fifth after coming 19th in the stage.
Murray makes it three
times at Queen's Club
Costa takes Tour de Suisse title
Thornton wins playoff
on first hole in Saint-Omer
Andy Murray of Britain holds up the trophy after his win against Marin
Cilic of Croatia at the end of their Queen's Club grass court
championships single final tennis match in London, yesterday. AP PHOTO
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