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LONDON - British fourth seed Andy Murray gave a royal command performance as he raced into the third round at Wimbledon with a 6-3 6-4 6-2 win over Finland's Jarkko Nieminen in front of Queen Elizabeth II yesterday.
Murray had the task of entertaining the Queen on her first visit to the All England Club since 1977 and the Scot rose to the challenge with a dominant display that earned a clash with French 23rd seed Gilles Simon in the next round.
The 23-year-old had a golden chance to reach his first Wimbledon final last year in the absence of the injured Rafael Nadal, but he fell just short after losing his semifinal against Andy Roddick in four sets.
This year has been a curious one for Murray, who has been stuck in something of a rut lately and has failed to get past the quarterfinals in eight events since losing to Roger Federer in the Australian Open final.
As usual at Wimbledon, it falls to Murray to carry the weight of a nation's expectations on his shoulders. But on this evidence the world No 4 looks capable of coping with the pressure.
He dismissed Jan Hajek with the minimum fuss in the first round and coped well with the potential distraction of playing in front of the Queen. - Sapa-AFP