Andy Murray, brother Jamie ousted in Citi Open doubles

Andy Murray returns the ball as he and Jamie Murray, both of Britain, played a doubles match against Raven Klaasen, of South Africa, and Michael Venus

Andy Murray returns the ball as he and Jamie Murray, both of Britain, played a doubles match against Raven Klaasen, of South Africa, and Michael Venus

Andy Murray, right, talks with Jamie Murray, left, both of Britain, as they played a doubles match against Raven Klaasen, of South Africa, and Michael

Andy Murray, right, talks with Jamie Murray, left, both of Britain, as they played a doubles match against Raven Klaasen, of South Africa, and Michael

Andy Murray returns the ball as he and Jamie Murray, both of Britain, played a doubles match against Raven Klaasen, of South Africa, and Michael Venus

Andy Murray returns the ball as he and Jamie Murray, both of Britain, played a doubles match against Raven Klaasen, of South Africa, and Michael Venus

Michael Venus, of New Zealand, returns the ball as he and Raven Klaasen, of South Africa, played a doubles match against Andy Murray and Jamie Murray,

Michael Venus, of New Zealand, returns the ball as he and Raven Klaasen, of South Africa, played a doubles match against Andy Murray and Jamie Murray,

WASHINGTON (AP) — Andy Murray and brother Jamie were knocked out in the Citi Open doubles quarterfinals, outlasted by the third-seeded team of Raven Klaasen and Michael Venus 6-7 (3), 7-6 (6), 10-7 on Friday.

Andy Murray, the former No. 1 ranked singles player, has been limited to doubles as he recovers from hip surgery. He hasn't said if he will attempt to play singles this year. He and Jamie had won a match tiebreaker for their first victory in Washington before falling in the same manner Friday.

In singles play, No. 3 Daniil Medvedev edged sixth-seeded Marin Cilic 6-4, 7-6 (7) to set up a semifinal meeting with Peter Gojowczyk, who continued his surprising run by upsetting No. 13 seed Kyle Edmund 6-3, 4-6, 6-3. The 122nd-ranked Gojowczyk, who lost in qualifying and only made it into the main draw when another player withdrew, has only one career title.

Jessica Pegula won an all-American women's quarterfinal matchup with Lauren Davis, 6-2, 7-6 (2), and Russian Anna Kalinskaya beat Kristina Mladenovic of France, 6-4, 4-6, 6-2.

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