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British teenager Katie Swan lost in the second round of Wimbledon qualifying as Dan Evans was the only home player to progress to the final stage.
Swan, 16, stunned world 118 Kristina Kucova in the first round, but lost 6-3 6-3 against Austria's Tamira Paszek.
Former Davis Cup player Evans, 25, advanced with a 6-4 0-6 7-5 win against eighth seed Matthias Bachinger.
But fellow Britons Tara Moore, Katy Dunne, Edward Corrie and Josh Milton were all eliminated at Roehampton.
Swan, the 2015 Australian Open junior finalist, could not replicate Monday's shock win over Kucova when she came up against two-time Wimbledon quarter-finalist Paszek.
Evans reached a career-high singles ranking of 123 in February 2014, but has since dropped to 752nd in the world.
However, the Birmingham-born player is now one match away from his fourth appearance at SW19.
Players who win all three rounds at Roehampton - 16 men and 12 women - are assured of a place at the grass-court Grand Slam.
Click here to see the full results from Wimbledon qualifying.