Britain's Andy Murray lost in three sets to world number five Nikolay Davydenko in the second round of the Indian Wells event in California.
He played some excellent points which I wouldn't in the slightest criticize. If he got his service game better there is no doubt he will beat the top ten consistently.
Davydenko came out aggressively and broke the 18-year-old Scot three times in the opening set to win it 6-1.
But Murray hit back with a break at the beginning of the second set and went on to level the match.
But the Russian broke in the opening game of the decider and another break secured a 6-1 3-6 6-3 victory.
I didn't play (my) best but I gave 100%.
I'm not going to play my best every week because I'm too young. I fought hard and he didn't make too many mistakes.
He has some of the best groundstrokes in the game. He doesn't give away any cheap points.
- Full Story (bbc.co.uk)