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Andy Murray continues his Wimbledon 2022 campaign on Wednesday afternoon with the two-time champion concluding the day’s play on Centre Court.
It’s been tough going for the 35-year-old since becoming the king of SW19 for a second time in 2016 due to persistent injury problems, but he’s been in decent form this calendar year and is aiming to improve on last year’s third-round exit at Wimbledon 2022.
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A promising grass-court season – he reached the semi-finals at Surbiton before beating the likes of Stefanos Tsitsipas and Nick Kyrgios to progress to the Stuttgart Open final – has raised home hopes that Murray can roll back the years.
He delighted the Wimbledon crowd with a four-set victory against world number 74 James Duckworth in the first round on Monday… but who does he face next?
The Scot will be playing 20th seed John Isner, who needed five sets to progress past Enzo Couacaud in round one. It is the third and final match of the day on Centre Court so will take place no earlier than 5pm.
If Murray’s second-round opponent is ringing some bells then it’s probably because you remember him from beating Nicolas Mahut in the longest match in tennis history at Wimbledon in 2010.
While it represents a tricky draw based on the world rankings, Murray has got the better of the giant American in all eight of their previous encounters on court. The pair last met in the final of the 2016 ATP Masters 1000 Paris and he’s also beaten Isner in the other three Grand Slams.
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