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Robson, who left the court without a wave to her fans, said she did not acknowledge the crowd because she was 'just trying not to cry'.The deflated youngster struggled to contain her emotion as she reflected on the 'overwhelming experience'.'I'm really, really disappointed,' she said. She can hit the ball incredibly hard off the ground, so it was tough for me to stay in the rallies.
He told the BBC: ‘I don't expect to come into these sort of events to win them, there's no guarantees. I came up with some good shots from 5-2 down.’ Robson had been bidding to become the first British woman to reach the quarter-finals since Jo Durie in 1984.
'I gave it everything I had,' she told the BBC.'I'm so happy.
She played a fantastic match, she is such a tough opponent and it's just an amazing feeling to win this match.'The crowd was amazing, thank you for this support.
But Murray’s female compatriot Laura Robson, 19, was sent packing when her valiant run was ended by hard-hitting Estonian Kaia Kanepi, 28, in straight sets.
Robson fought back tears as she left Court One, and later claimed she was unable to wave to her fans for fear she would break down. 'Serena Williams lost today, she doesn't lose particularly often. All these guys and girls are better players than me and have achieved a lot more than me - so if they can lose, so can I.’ The Scot was happy with the way he came through in the end today, saying: ‘It was a tough match, the first couple of sets especially.