British number one Andy Murray says he is still thinking about his semi-final Wimbledon loss to Roger Federer but aims to learn from the defeat ahead of Great Britain's Davis Cup quarter-final tie against France.

Murray, the world number three, is carrying Great Britain's hopes of victory in the tie at London's Queen's Club on 17 July.

"I've still thought about it most days," he said. "The guy served at over 80% in the first and third sets. That won't happen to me the rest of the year, I know that. It doesn't happen unless you are playing someone that's hitting kick serves and just making them, maybe on the clay court against one of the South American players or the Spaniards. That's also frustrating. It was a tough day and I've been thinking about it still.

"I'm also trying to learn from the match as well. When you walk off the court and then the next day, you don't immediately learn stuff from the match. You have to look at the match and analyse it a bit, and look at the tournament as a whole, and think about those things and see what I can do better in the future. It doesn't take one day.

"A lot of preparation goes into those events and you need to take the time when you are finished to analyse what's gone right and wrong, and the things you can do to improve."

The French line-up will be announced on 16 July, with two of Gilles Simon, Jo Wilfried Tsonga and Wimbledon semi-finalist Richard Gasquet playing singles.