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Theres been more misery for Andy Murray at the Miami Masters tennis.
His terrible run of form has continued with a second round defeat against world number 118 Alex Bogomolov Junior from America.
Murray lost in in straight sets 6-1 7-5 at the Sony Ericsson Open yesterday.
The loss comes two weeks after Murray was dumped out the BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells by Donald Young.
And the Scot has failed to win a single set since defeating David Ferrer at the Australian Open in January.
The world number 5 seed revealed Dani Vallverdu as his new full-time coach last Friday, but this failed to provide an immediate boost to his form.
He served three aces against none by Bogomolov, but won just 44% of his service points - and only 33% on his second serve - compared to his American opponent's 58%.
Elswhere in the tournament Swiss12th seed Stanislas Wawrinka was ousted by Spaniard Marcel Granollers and James Blake gave the home fans more to cheer after Bogolomov's win by beating Brazilian 27th seed Thomaz Bellucci.