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Grass can be the perfect tonic, says battered Murray

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Andy Murray admits he needs to work quickly to heal the scars from his French Open thrashing against Rafael Nadal as he starts his Wimbledon preparations by defending the title at Queen's Club. 

Andy Murray reacts during his French tennis Open semi-final match against Rafael Nadal at the Roland Garros stadium in Paris on June 6, 2014

Murray's hopes of reaching the final at Roland Garros for the first time came to a humbling end on Friday with a brutal 6-3, 6-2, 6-1 loss to world number one Nadal in the semi-finals.

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