After a tentative start including an early break to the qualifying Colombian, Robson quickly found her range reeling off four games on the trot to get herself back in the lead in the first set.
The crowd quickly got behind the British teenager, and she romped ahead to a commanding lead before sharing her experience of what it is like to be the focus of thousands of One Direction fans’ curiosity after Harry Styles (the one with the messy hair) started following her on twitter.
@laurarobson5 good win girl! Even if it wasn’t with your best tennis! Good battle … Keep it going 🙂
Of course there had to be a little drama as a sloppy game gave Robredo one of the breaks back, only to lose it again.
The quick start continued with an immediate break again for Murray, and he just kept that edge, holding the Spaniard at bay for the second set.
Robredo picked up the aggression in the third set, and it looked like we were heading towards tiebreak tea-time, but Murray delivered a break to nudge ahead for the first time in the third set, with a lucky netcord twanging Robredo’s hopes away.
Murray books his place into R4, and awaits the winner of postponed match between Viktor Troicki and Mikhail Youzhny.
There were plenty of doubles matches scheduled today featuring Brits, because…
Great Britain still has a player in every draw at Wimbledon…… Oh USA don’t……
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