Spain’s world number 38 lost the first set to
Czech Rosol beat Romania's
Andujar needed two hours and 20 minutes to beat Italian Volandri, and said it was a tough task.
"It was a difficult match for me," admitted Andujar. "The conditions weren’t easy; the court was very fast and it was hot, which made it a little bit more difficult.
"Always in your first match you have to try and stay as focused as you can; it’s never going to be easy. I was down 6-4 5-4 and I tried to continue playing my game and finally I made it and I’m really happy for that."