Broady outclassed at Queen's
Stockport's Liam Broady won just three games as he was outclassed by 14th seed Gilles Muller at the AEGON Championships.
Broady, playing his first main tour event, struggled throughout his clash against the world number 53 and ended up losing his match on court one at Queen's 1-6 2-6.
The 18-year-old, ranked 809 in the world, showed glimpses of promise throughout the encounter despite the heavy nature of the defeat and earned three break points but was unable to convert them.
Muller is likely to face defending champion Andy Murray in the third round if he beats either Grigor Dimitrov or Bobby Reynolds tomorrow.