Laura Robson: 'Room for improvement'

Robson: 'Room for improvement'
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Laura Robson says that she will have to improve against Petra Kvitova in the second round of the Australian Open.

Laura Robson has said that she was pleased with how she served during the straight-sets victory over Melanie Oudin.

The 18-year-old set up a mouthwatering clash with eighth seed Petra Kvitova with a comprehensive victory on court number three.

Robson believes that she did well against the American, but conceded that there is still room for improvement.

"I'm pleased with the win, I thought I served well," Robson told BBC Sport.

"A little bit iffier than I would have liked on the groundstrokes, but after I came off the match court I went on the practice court for a little bit and worked out a few things.

"I did think I played pretty well, just not as well as I would have liked. Hopefully in the next match it will be a bit better."

It is the second time Robson has been involved in the main draw for the Australian Open.

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