The 25-year-old, who experienced hip medical procedure last June, lost 7-6 (7-4) 6-7 (8-10) 6-0 against Kathinka von Deichmann of Liechtenstein at the ITF W60 in Shrewsbury.
“It was pleasant to return,” said Robson, the present number 511 on the planet, after Tuesday’s diversion.
“I am exceptionally cheerful that my body endure.”
In the wake of losing in the last round of fitting the bill for the World Tour occasion, Robson handled the world’s number 162, Von Deichmann, as a “fortunate failure” at the Shrewsbury Club.
Robson, who achieved the fourth round at Wimbledon in 2013 and positioned 27th on the planet around the same time, included: “I certainly had some rust, yet this must be enhanced by playing more recreations.
“Particularly with the second round of medical procedure, it’s very hard to discover the inspiration to restore me once more, so I’m extremely glad to return in a competition.”
Robson was on the contribute Bath a week ago to see Britain win four successive Fed Cup diversions, coming full circle in Saturday’s definitive triumph against Serbia.
He stated: “All I needed from this week was to have a ton of fun in the field.
“I had a great time and I hustled great for somebody who had been missing for a considerable length of time.”
Robson plans to play in the W25 competition in Glasgow one week from now.
Laura Robson was conversing with Mark Elliott of BBC Shropshire.