World number one Andy Murray suffered a shock exit from the Monte Carlo Masters with a third-round defeat by Spanish 15th seed Albert Ramos-Vinolas.
Murray, contesting only his second Tour match after a month out with an elbow injury, looked short of his best form as he fell to a 2-6 6-2 7-5 defeat.
The Briton, 29, was playing his first tournament since being beaten in the second round at Indian Wells in March.
Marin Cilic awaits Ramos-Vinolas in the last eight after beating Tomas Berdych.
More to follow.