The former British one, who is only just over her long-term wrist problem, pulled out when trailing America’s Madison Brengle 4-6 0-1 after a promising start at Eastbourne with a thigh injury.
The talented 21-year-old won her second grass-court title of her career in Birmingham over Strycova and will look to transfer that form to Wimbledon.
MIKE DICKSON: All week it has taken the scent of danger to bring the best of Andy Murray, and that again proved the case as he broke records at Queen's Club.
Andy Murray bids for a record fifth Queen's Club title when he takes on Canadian Milos Raonic in the final of the Aegon Championships. ADAM SHERGOLD brings you all the action.
Andy Murray's singles title drought is over at 10 months. Two weeks after falling to Novak Djokovic in the French Open final, Murray stormed from behind for a three-set victory over Milos Raonic at the 2016 AEGON Championships in London...Show More Summary
With Wimbledon now just weeks away, former world No 4 Tim Henman insists the ball is now firmly in Andy Murray’s court as he looks to capitalise on a stunning run of form with victory at SW19.
Murray insists 'it's not that interesting' that long-time foes Lendl and McEnroe will go head-to-head as Raonic stands between the world number two and a record fifth triumph at the Aegon Championships.
Ivan Lendl v John McEnroe battle for the first time as coaches! Sean Randall picks the winner.
Four Top 10 seeds and a former Wimbledon champ round out the stout draw...The 16 seeds all receive opening-round byes...Floaters galore, with tough opening matches for...
Alexander Zverev picked up the first of what will be many career Top 10 wins. Now he's seeking a first ATP title.
The 34-year-old was looking to reach the final of the Halle Open for a record 11th time but fell to the talented German youngster, who will now face Dominic Thiem or Florian Mayer in the final.
MIKE DICKSON AT QUEEN'S: The world No 2 was tested by the big serving Croatian in the second set but recovered to take the decider 6-3 and reach Sunday's final in London.
Andy Murray is well on his way to becoming a five-time Queens Club champion, after he beat Marin Cilic 6-3, 4-6, 6-3 in Saturday’s semi-final. The defending champion will now meet Milos Raonic in the final, after the Canadian emphatically...Show More Summary
After defeating British opponent Kyle Edmund to reach the semi-finals at Queen's Club on Friday, Scottish star Andy Murray issued praise towards coach Ivan Lendl.
Rain meant the previous day's play had to be concluded on Friday before the scheduled quarter-finals could get under way but there will be no home interest in the last eight.
Boris Becker is surprised Andy Murray has rehired Ivan Lendl to help try and break the stranglehold of his own player, Novak Djokovic, despite admitting Lendl brings something 'no-one else has'.
The top-seeded Swiss, who is returning to match fitness after missing the French Open through injury, was made to work hard in the second set but completed a 6-1 7-6 (10) victory.
The 25-year-old has been working with the three-time Wimbledon champion and is eager to continue his relationship with the decorated American beyond the grass-court season.
MIKE DICKSON AT QUEEN'S: Murray defeated British No 2 Aljaz Bedene on Thursday in the first all-British clash since 2002, but was given a more difficult time the nation's No 3 player.
Madison Keys in just one match win from breaking into the Top 10.