British junior Emily Arbuthnott is out of the girls' singles at the US Open after losing to second seed Dalma Galfi.
British junior Emily Arbuthnott has missed out in the last 32 of a Grand Slam for the second time this year after losing to Dalma Galfi at the US Open.
On Monday, the 17-year-old equalled her second-round appearance at Roland Garros by beating Ingrid Neel, but she failed to replicate that performance against Galfi, the second seed in the girls' singles.
Galfi broke twice during a closely-fought first set but the Hungarian, who is ranked at 465 on the WTA Tour, eased through the second to record a 6-4 6-1 win.
Arbuthnott follows Maia Lumsden in losing on Tuesday, with the Scot bowing out in three sets to Anastasia Detiuc.