Andy Murray has cruised through to the third round of Wimbledon by defeating Tobias Kamke in straight sets.
The Scottish tennis star comfortably beat the German, ranked 83rd in the world, 6-3 6-3 7-5 and although the first two sets were won with ease, the tight 3rd set has left Murray wanting more from his own game.
Murray said: "I served well. The rest of it is going to need some work. It was quite tricky with the wind and he was hitting the ball really hard and flat, which made it difficult to get into a rhythm.
"I felt like I was a little upright on the court, I didn't move that well. It was a good workout for me and I'm glad to get through in straight sets."