Wimbledon 2014: Holly Hutchinson comes 'back to earth'

Holly Hutchinson and Emily Arbuthnott

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Grass season 'should be longer' - Arbuthnott

Holly Hutchinson says she will find it hard to adjust to playing on the junior circuit after her Wimbledon experience.

The 16-year-old will next play a clay tournament in Romania, after she and partner Emily Arbuthnott were knocked out of the girls' doubles second round.

"Grass is my favourite surface because I have quite a big game and just attack, so find clay quite difficult to adjust to," Hutchinson told BBC Sport.

"It's going to bring me back to earth from playing Wimbledon to Romania."

She added: "It's going to be pretty tough to deal with that, but it's been great here."

London's Hutchinson and Hertfordshire's Arbuthnott, also 16, beat fellow all-British pairing Emily Appleton and Eden Richardson 6-3 6-4 in the first round.

However, they lost 6-3 6-2 to Marie Bouzkova and Dalma Galfi, and Arbuthnott admitted it was disappointing to leave the tournament early.

"I think I'm a little bit upset because we did well to get through the first round," said Arbuthnott, whose next tournament will be on clay in Germany.

"For both of us it's our first time at Wimbledon and it's great we were able to win a match.

"It can be a little bit daunting with everyone watching, but the crowd are just brilliant and it's such a great experience playing in front of so many people.

"It's really unfortunate the grass season is so short because we don't play on clay too well."