Bernard Tomic bowed out of the French Open, going down in straight sets to Colombian Santiago Giraldo in the second round at Roland Garros.
Tomic was soundly beaten in straight sets, 6-4, 6-1, 6-3.
The world number 29 was the last remaining Australian in the men's draw.
Giraldo's victory sets up a third-round clash with British fourth seed Andy Murray, who overcame crippling back pain to battle his way past Jarkko Nieminen.
Murray defeated the Finn 1-6, 6-4, 6-1, 6-2 but he had looked down and out in the first few games of the match as the lower back strain that he has been struggling with all year struck again.
Grimacing in pain, Murray needed medical treatment three times in quick succession as grim-faced coach Ivan Lendl looked on.
But at a set and 4-2 down, Murray suddenly found a new lease of life and a run of seven games in a row in his favour gave him command.
In what was the first match up on the Philippe Chatrier centre court, Murray looked stiff and concerned from the start as the unseeded Nieminen jumped out into a 3-0 lead.
The Scot then looked in distinct pain in his next service game, barely getting his serve over the net and staying rooted to the spot in the brief exchanges.
He called for medical help to ease the discomfort in his lower back at the turnover and resumed play.
Against the odds he managed to get one of the breaks back but following further treatment he again served at half pace to fall 5-1 down.
Nieminen wrapped up the set 6-1 after which the doctor came on once again to administer stretching exercises to a prone Murray.
It looked a matter of time before Murray called it a day, but instead he battled on and gradually, as the pain eased, he started to find his movement and with that his firepower.
From 2-4 down he won four games in a row, breaking to love at 5-4 to draw level on sets.
The Murray serve was still well short of full power, but he opened the third set with another love game as Nieminen struggled to blunt his opponent's stunning revival.
Murray moved 3-0 up before Nieminen stopped the rot, but the die was cast and the fourth seed accelerated away to keep alive his hopes of reaching the semi-finals of a major for the sixth straight time.
In other men's results, French fifth seed Jo-Wilfried Tsonga reached the third round when he defeated Germany's Cedrik-Marcel Stebe 6-2, 4-6, 6-2, 6-1.
Meanwhile, Czech fourth seed Petra Kvitova enjoyed a second comfortable outing, reaching the third round with a 6-1, 6-3 win over Poland's Urszula Radwanska.
Wimbledon champion Kvitova, who only dropped three games in her opening win over Australian teenager Ashleigh Barty, needed 70 minutes to set up a clash with either Russia's Nina Bratchikova or Claire Feuerstein of France for a place in the last 16.
The 22-year-old has twice reached the fourth round in Paris, including last year when she was defeated by champion Li Na.
AFP/ABCTags: tennis, sport, france First posted May 31, 2012 21:19:01