Andy Murray left all alone once again as Brits tumble out of Australian Open

The familiar tales of woe, hope and expectation that attend British tennis show no immediate signs of abating, although the flame is flickering teasingly.

After quick early exits at Melbourne Park on day two for Kyle Edmund and Heather Watson, as well as brave James Ward going down in flames in four sets to 31st seed Fernando Verdasco, Andy Murray was left alone again, working his backside off on the practice court.

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