Rugby World Cup: Four memorable moments on rugby’s greatest stage

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Since he beat Belgian Kimmer Coppejans at the opening round of the European 27, andy Murray won his first ATP Tour-level game for 16 months in Europe.
The former world number only lasted his return by hip operation by beating wildcard Coppejans, ranked 158th on earth, 6-4 7-6 (7-4).
Murray will face eighth seed Pablo Cuevas of Uruguay or Bolivian Hugo Dellien at the 16 later this week.
Fellow Briton Cameron Norrie dropped 7-6 (7-2) 6-4 to Spains Feliciano Lopez.
Lopez, 38, claimed the only break of serve and proceeded to win in one hour and 29 minutes.
Norrie, rated 61, had Lopez in but was not able to break back.
Despite the defeat, 24-year-old Norrie will grow to be the British number two this week, behind Dan Evans, who replaced Kyle Edmund in the top of the national rankings on Monday.
Edmund, who won the championship at 2018, dropped in qualifying this year and will be set to drop away from the top 70.
Since beating on Stan Wawrinka in Eastbourne in June 2018 three-time Grand Slam winner Murray acquired his first victory.
Murray ranked 243rd in the world, held a 3-0 lead in the first place however three double faults led to him being busted back, but the Scot broke again in the 10th game.
He clinched the second set in a match that lasted 44 minutes to one hour.
Antwerp is likely to be Murrays last tournament of this year, together with the potential exclusion of the Davis Cup next month.
He expects to play in the Australian Open in January however is likely a break when the European Open could leave Antwerp early when Kim his wife, goes with their child and finishes.
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