Laura Robson has crashed out of Wimbledon in the first round
The Brit, now ranked 189 in the world, was handed a Wimbledon wildcard only to crash out 6-4 6-2 to Beatriz Haddad Maia.
Defeat came in little over an hour and she was the first home hope out on day one.
Robson admitted defeat was "very frustrating" as she struggled a with a bout of the blues.
She said: "I just didn't feel like I played my best tennis at all. It wasn't the way that I've been playing the last few weeks even.
"I do feel like I let myself down a bit out there. I just never really let myself get into the match.
I just never really let myself get into the match
"I was a bit overwhelmed with nerves when I first got out there, then tried to play too perfect when really I didn't need to go for so much.
"I thought I had a really good chance.
"With the way that I'd been playing the last few weeks, there is no reason I couldn't have won that match. I just let myself down."
Robson is now working with Magnus Norman, one of the top tennis coaches on the planet, as she bids to find her form after her injury struggles.
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Top of the agenda is becoming stronger – not physically, but mentally.
She added: "I feel like we want the same things out of my game.
"We tend to agree on what I need to work on, on the mental side, as well.
"He knows that I'm working really hard on it, and everything can be improved."