After overcoming his first-day nerves and David Goffin on day
one, Murray will be back to face the little-known Rola - and
surprisingly the British hero has been shunted on to Court One for
I don't know loads about him but I watched him play at the French
Open, third seed Murray said.
(Fellow Briton) James Ward played him in the last round of
qualifying there so I know a bit about him.
He hasn't been on tour too long. I'll watch a little bit of video
of him and get a better idea of his game.
While the crowd on Court One will be delighted at the chance of
cheering on the standard bearer of British tennis, Centre Court
spectators will have to make do with watching top seed Novak
Djokovic's intriguing showdown with wily Czech Radek Stepanek.
Djokovic is an old hand at winning grand slam titles but many
pundits have tipped Grigor Dimitrov as a future champion which
explains why the Queen's Club winner earned the right to play on
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The Bulgarian, who could face Murray in the quarter-finals, will
take on young Australian prospect Luke Saville.
Women's fourth seed Agnieszka Radwanska opens proceedings on Centre
Court against another Australian, Casey Dellacqua.
(Reporting by Michael Hann, editing by Pritha Sarkar)
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