Andy Murray continued to struggle on grass after he was surprisingly beaten by Janko Tipsarevic at The Boodles exhibition tournament.
The world number four had already lost in the first round of the AEGON Championships and he was once again beaten in his final preparation before Wimbledon starts next week.
Murray has now played just two matches on grass before Wimbledon begins on June 25 after he was beaten 6-7 (5-7) 6-4 10-7 at Stoke Park.
While he may be struggling for form, he has been named as part of Team GB for London 2012 where he will once again be playing on the grass courts of Wimbledon.
"I can't wait for the Olympics to start, it's such an incredible event and for it to be in London is extra special," said Murray.
"I remember being part of the Olympic (opening) ceremony in Beijing, which was an unbelievable atmosphere and like nothing I'd experienced before. Winning a medal this summer for Team GB is one of my major goals."