Johanna Konta's Wimbledon campaign has ended in the second round after ultimately being outclassed by Canada's Eugenie Bouchard in a thrilling match.
The British number one looked hopeful of emulating Andy Murray's success on Centre Court after taking the second set 6-1, having lost the first set 6-3.
But the contest turned against her in the deciding set.
Despite being unseeded Bouchard displayed the ability that took her to the final at SW19 in 2014 to claim the third set 6-1.
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Marcus Willis, a current club coach ranked 772 in the world, came through six qualification matches to reach this year's tournament.
Andy Murray got his Wimbledon campaign off to the perfect start with a comfortable straight sets win over fellow Brit Liam Broady.