Andy Murray
Andy Murray reached the last four of the French Open in 2011 and 2014 but has never made the finalGetty Images

Andy Murray will take on Jeremy Chardy in the fourth round of the 2015 French Open on 1 June, on court Suzzane-Lenglen.

Where to watch live

The match starts at 11.30am BST. Live coverage is on British Eurosport, British Eurosport HD, British Eurosport 2, British Eurosport 2 HD, ITV4. Real-time internet updates are available on Roland Garros' official website.

Overview

Andy Murray comes into the French Open in good form following two titles at Madrid and Munich and has followed up on that form, having dropped only one set in the last three games played thus far.

The World number three beat the king of clay Rafael Nadal in the final of the Madrid Masters, which should give him plenty of confidence going into the latter stages of the competition. However, world number 45 Jeremy Chardy could be a daunting prospect in his bid to take one definitive step towards winning the grand slam.

Meanwhile, Chardy came through to the fourth round of the French Open in convincing fashion, beating France's David Goffin in straight sets, his first in the tournament. Chardy has needed four sets in each of his previous two encounters but the previous victory should be a good marker before the game against Murray, which will be his toughest test thus far.

Betting Odds(By 888Sport)

  • Andy Murray win: 1/2
  • Jeremy Chardy win: 15/2

Head to Head

The duo have met each other seven times over the years, with Murray convincingly leading the count at six wins to one.