Murray stunned in Monte Carlo
Andy Murray is out of the Monte Carlo Masters after being beaten by Spain's Albert Ramos-Vinolas in the Monte Carlo Masters third round. The world number one led 4-0 in the decider but 15th seed Ramos-Vinolas produced a stunning comeback to secure a 2-6 6-2 7-5 victory.
Ramos-Vinolas, ranked as the world number 24, will take on Marin Cilic in the quarter finals. Murray was playing his first tournament after returning from an elbow injury but he revealed after his second round win over Gilles Muller that he was still feeling the injury, having received a first round bye.
Murray will hope to have the problem fully resolved by the time the French Open begins in around a month. The Scot is 10/3 to win the French Open outright as he seeks a maiden title in the showpiece Parisian event.