Laura Robson will go into Wimbledon with just one win on grass behind her after losing to Ekaterina Alexandrova in the first round of the Aegon Southsea Trophy.
Britain's Laura Robson expects to be fit for Wimbledon despite her injury scare at Eastbourne on Sunday. Robson felt a strain in her right thigh and had to pull out of her Aegon qualifier.
Laura Robson's eagerly anticipated comeback ended in crushing defeat but she insisted she is ready and willing to play at Wimbledon if she is given a wildcard. Robson suffered a 6-0 6-1 defeat.
MARTHA KELNER AT WIMBLEDON: Robson returned to the arena where she became the nation’s darling by winning junior Wimbledon but could not summon any inspiration this time.
Former British No 1 Laura Robson suffered a first-round exit at the Aegon Nottingham Open after she was beaten 6-3, 7-5 by Portuguese qualifier Michelle Larcher de Brito.