Wimbledon 2011: Andy Murray keen to improve despite win

British number one Andy Murray admitted there was room for improvement after his second round straight-sets victory over Germany's Tobias Kamke.

"I didn't think I played that well but I didn't get broken and I served well," said Murray after the 6-3 6-3 7-5 win.

"It was windy so if you don't get broken you can't be disappointed. It's the rest of my game that needs work."

Murray was in the unfamiliar territory of playing on Court One but the Scot added: "I don't care where I play."

The decision not to play Murray on the showpiece Centre Court surprised many, but the fourth seed brushed aside any concerns over the scheduling.

"It doesn't bother me," he said. "I think all the players would rather be on Centre, just because of the roof and you know you're going to get on, but the courts are the same.

"It's a little bit different on Centre because it seems a little enclosed because of the roof, but I don't mind playing on any court, I just want to win."

Kamke, ranked 83, could do little to halt Murray, who needed one hour and 57 minutes to progress to the third round, where he will meet Ivan Ljubicic.

The 32-year-old Croatian warmed up for his third-round clash against the Briton with a 6-4 6-4 6-2 victory over Ukraine's Sergiy Stakhovsky and Murray predicted a tough battle.

He said: "I've lost to Ljubicic a few times and I expect that to be a difficult match.

"He serves well and that always makes it difficult. I need to make sure I can return well, which I did very well at Queen's, and I need to do the same again on Friday."

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