Andy Murray says his exit in the second round of the AEGON Championships at Queen's will have no bearing on his preparations for Wimbledon.
Murray's defence of his title ended at the first hurdle after being given a bye into the second round, losing in three sets to world number 65 Nicolas Mahut.
The British number one had hoped for some valuable grass court practice ahead of Wimbledon, and is not in great form following his exit from the French Open at the quarter-final stage. However, despite being outclassed by Mahut, he insists he is not panicking just yet.
"Novak Djokovic isn't playing the next two weeks so there is no need for me to panic."
"This kind of thing happens often. Novak Djokovic isn't playing the next two weeks so there is no need for me to panic," said the Scot, who is 9.00 to triumph at Wimbledon.
"I lost the match 7-6 in the third in my first game of the tournament and it takes a bit of time to adjust to the grass courts."
Murray is unlikely to play at Eastbourne next week and will instead take part in some exhibition matches as he builds up his fitness.
Mahut plays Gregor Dimitrov in the last 16 at Queen's after he defeated Gilles Muller in straight sets. Mahut is 1.57 to progress while Dimitrov can be backed at 2.25.
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