Murray was set to play two matches at this week's Hurlingham Classic before he chose to skip the exhibition event due to a sore hip.
"The guys who beat Stan, Milos and Andy had played qualifying or the previous week at a tournament.It's not that surprising to see those guys lose to a guy who had already been on grass for two weeks or played two or three matches".
It had been expected that he would play on Friday but he has confirmed that he is going to have to miss the match.
Murray also withdrew from his first scheduled hit at Hurlingham on Tuesday, and was not able to take part in a charity event for Tim Henman at Roehampton on Wednesday.
French Open semi-finalist Murray was the favourite to win the Aegon Championships, which finished on Sunday, and win a third successive Queen's Club crown but crashed at the first hurdle.
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Kopp said one passenger was able to kick a train vehicle door open to get into another auto , but that one was also locked. MTA officials said the derailment caused damage to the tracks and the switch system, and emergency repairs are required.
Konta recorded one of the best wins of her career on Thursday when she beat world number one Angelique Kerber to book a last four spot.
It is still thought unlikely that the injury will sideline Murray from Wimbledon, which starts on Monday, and the 30-year-old is set to feature in the second scheduled match against an as yet unidentified opponent on Friday.
But Lendl, who joined up with Murray three weeks ago when he reached the semi-finals at the French Open, insisted: "I'm not anxious". This is a season in which injury and illness have caused much frustration.
The pressure Andy Murray feels at Wimbledon actually helps him concentrate better, the defending champion has said. I thought past year was more hard because in two weeks we didn't finish one practice on our own terms, we were always chased off by the rain.