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- - So Murray is safely through to the second round with a very solid performance and he will face either Stefan Koubek of Jarkko Nieminen next. In front of the Queen in fact, on Thursday!
6-2 - SET! Murray serves out the match in impressive style, with no answer from the Czech who looked as though the match was already lost.
5-2 - An impressive game form Hajek, showing some nice controlled shots throughout the game, but perhaps it's too little too late.
5-1 - Producing some good shots cross-court and down the line at 40-15, Murray in total of this match right now. Hajek serves to stay inthe match.
4-1 - BREAK! Murray breaks again hitting all the corners of the court in the final rally of the game. The Czech tried his best to get back in the rally but the Brit was always in control.
3-1 - Murray retains the two game deficit with a fine cross court forehand at 40-15 which the Czech has no hope of returning.
2-1 - Hajek produces a neat cross-court drop shot to get his first game on the board in this set.
1-0 - BREAK! Murray starts the third set the way he finshed the second, he looks fully in control now, with his opponent struggling with his shots as well as his fitness.
6-1 - SET! Murray takes the second following a loose return from Hajek on A-40. It looks a long way back now for the Czech.
5-1 - Hajek gets his first game in the board following some good strokes.
5-0 - Great play from Murray at 40-15, the Czech doesn't seem to be able to handle the selection of shots from the Brit at the moment.
4-0 - BREAK! Murray continues to make Hajek make the errors, with the Czech unable to handle Murray's deep backhand slices.
3-0 - Murray looks relaxed and full of confidence now, finishing the game with a backhand winner down the line at 40-30.
2-0 - BREAK! Murray straight away with the break with great shotmaking at 30-40, playing Hajek all over the court a wonderfully constructed point.
1-0 - Murray begins the second set the way he finished the first, in much the dominant fashion. He looks confident and in good form.
7-5 - SET! Murray plays an excellent defensive game, making Hajek make the errors. Despite a slow start the Brit looks much the favourite now.
6-5 - Another strong game from Murray forces Hajek to serve to stay in the set.
5-5 - A great reach for a cross court backhand from Murray to make it 15-30 gets the crowd going. But a solid service game then on from the Czech sees him hold serve.
5-4 - Back on serve now, with Murray looking convincing and the one with more ideas.
4-4 - BREAK! Both players seem happy to stay on the baseline for the time being, with Murray currently winning the long rallies. Murray attacks the second serve well to get to 30-40, but the Czech responds well with a fine drop volley. Another atatcke on the second serve at 40-A gives Murray the break.
4-3 - Murray's best game yet with some dominant shotmaking and well timed strokes. Looks like he his finding his form this set.
4-2 - A close game with long exchanges on the baseline. Murray looks like he's warming up but a powerful forehand from the Czech at A-40 was enough to hold onto his serve.
3-2 - The Brit holds serve but seems to be making a few unforced errors making life harder on himself than needs be.
3-1 - Hajek gets the break of the net cord with a cheeky drop shot. Following an exciting rally at 40-40, the Czech holds after a disappointing backhand from the Brit.
2-1 - BREAK! Hajek produces a fine forehand down the line to set up two break points, Murray replied with an ace, however after a slow baseline exchange the Czech gets the early break.
1-1 - Murray's backhand seems to be working early on, however Hajek holds on 40-30 despite the pressure from Murray.
1-0 - Murray produces a good service game to take the opening game to love. The perfect start for any player.
- - Although the players have never met before, Murray will go into the match as strong favourite being 86 places above his opponent.
- Hello and welcome to Eurosport Yahoo!s LIVE coverage of this first round match between Brtish number one and world number four Andy Murray against Jan Hajek of the Czech Republic.
|Date of Birth||07/08/1983|
|Date of Birth||15/05/1987|