When did Andy Murray last win a match, what is his current ranking and who is British number one?

ANDY MURRAY made his comeback from injury at the Queen's Club Championships against Nick Kyrgios.

The former British number one returns after almost a year out with a hip problem, as he begins preparation for Wimbledon next month.

 Murray lost on his tennis return against Australian star Kyrgios

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Murray lost on his tennis return against Australian star Kyrgios

When did Murray last win a match?

It was not a dream return for Murray, as he lost to Australia's Nick Kyrgios in three sets.

The Brit's last win came at Wimbledon in July 2017, beating Frenchman Benoit Paire in straight sets in the fourth round.

Murray went on to lose to USA's Sam Querrey in the quarter-finals.

His last tournament victory came four months earlier, when he triumphed in the Dubai Tennis Championships in the United Arab Emirates.

 Murray hadn't played since losing in the quarter-finals at Wimbledon last year

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Murray hadn't played since losing in the quarter-finals at Wimbledon last year

What is his current ranking?

Murray's long injury lay-off has seen him slip down the rankings to 156 in the world prior to the Queen's Club Championships.

The Brit had been the best ranked player at Wimbledon last year, but his lack of matches has seen him drop out of the top 100 for the first time since August 2005.

While there is no doubt Murray will take part at the Grand Slam, his slide down the rankings means he will not be seeded.

That means the Brit could get a difficult first-round tie against defending champion Roger Federer or recent French Open winner Rafael Nadal.

 Murray's slip in the rankings allowed Edmund to become British no.1

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Murray's slip in the rankings allowed Edmund to become British no.1

Who is the current British No.1?

Murray's drop to World no.156 also meant he relinquished the title of British number one, a place he had held for 12 years.

In his place is 23-year-old rising star Kyle Edmund.

The South African-born star became Britain's best ranked tennis player in March this year, after reaching the Australian Open semi-finals.

Edmund has since made his first ATP final, losing to Pablo Andujar in Morocco before heading to the French Open as the 17th seed, a career-high.

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ANDY MURRAY made his comeback from injury at the Queen's Club Championships against Nick Kyrgios.