Andy Murray takes on Marinko Matosevic in the second round of the 2014 French Open at Court 1 on Thursday.
Where to Watch Live
The match is set to begin at 3pm BST. Live coverage will be on ITV 4, British Eurosport or British Eurosport 2. Radio commentary, regular updates and live scores are available on Roland Garros' official website.
Murray, looking to win his maiden French Open title, embarked on his seventh attempt this year with a victory over Marinko Matosevic in the first round on Tuesday. The British no 1, eased into a comfortable victory in the first two sets, 6-1, 6-4, but was denied a straight set victory courtesy of a 3-6 reversal by the 26-year-old Kazakh.
However, there was no stopping the seventh seed in the subsequent set registering a 6-3 victory to secure his place in the second round after 155 minutes.
On the other hand, Matosevic was forced to scrape through a hard-fought victory against Dustin Brown in the first round. The first set was the longest and stretched for 50 minutes as the former clinched it, 7-6 (5), in tie-breaker.
The second set was relatively easier for the Australian as he won, 6-4, in 40 minutes. However, Brown kept alive his chances of winning the game by denying Matosevic a victory in the third set.
The game once again needed a tie-breaker where the German emerged on top, 7-6 (1), in a battle lasting quarter of an hour. The fourth set too needed a tiebreaker where Matosevic won, 7-5, to secure his first ever victory in a Grand Slam competition.
The winner of this match will be pitted against the winner between Denis Istomin and Philipp Kohlschreiber in the next round.
Murray holds a 1-0 lead over Matosevic in overall meetings. The pair have never faced each other in a Grand Slam event.
What They Say
Andy Murray: "He's a good ball striker. He's had some good wins on the tour as a result of maybe being a bit up and down. He can play good tennis. He's a strong guy. Yeah, it will be tough."
Marinko Matosevic: "Yeah, maybe it was a little bit over the top but it was just huge relief. It got pretty demoralising at some stages. I had some tough draws. When I did have my chances, I just couldn't quite do it I always knew I was a better player than my Grand Slam results. I'm happy I could get the win today."