French Open 2017 Day 5: Wawrinka and Murray (right) are both in action
Andy Murray faces Martin Klizan in the second round of the French Open.
Klizan caused controversy on Tuesday when he was accused of disrespect by opponent Laurent Lokoli, who refused to shake the Slovakian's hand after their five-set clash.
Murray has joked he will offer a handshake on Court Suzanne Lenglen today regardless of what happens in their encounter.
“It can be tough to keep your focus against such an opponent, but I’ve played well over 800 matches on the tour so I’ve seen pretty much everything," Murray said.
Andy Murray plays his second-round match at the French Open this afternoon
French Open 2017 LIVE: Day 5 updates on Andy Murray v Martin Klizan
Be sure to come back for regular updates throughout the day and check out the French Open Day 5 Order of Play.
13:14: ANDY MURRAY• 1-3 MARTIN KLIZAN
Our man Matt Dunn at Roland Garros:
"Whether or not it is the strapping on his left calf, Klizan has started very aggressively as if he wants this over with rallies as short as possible.
"It is a strategy that is paying off – Murray has ben broken already and is again putting himself under early pressure.
"Compared to the way Rafael Nadal has breezed through to the third round, it does not bode well for next week. Murray, of course, has to get there first."
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Andy Murray went two breaks down early in his match with Martin Klizan
13:12: ANDY MURRAY 1-2 MARTIN KLIZAN•
Oh dear. Klizan powers through Murray to break early in this match. A tad worrying there.
Our man Matt Dunn on Court Suzanne Lenglen:
"The press seats on Court Suzanne Lenglen are behind the server’s arm in the deuce court and last time Murray was here, 12 months ago, it was the perfect place to see all of Ivo Karlovic’s explosive power.
"Klizan does not have that fearsome weapon but it was a tidy enough opening service game nevertheless."
13:06: ANDY MURRAY• 1-1 MARTIN KLIZAN
Our man Matt Dunn on Court Suzanne Lenglen:
"Murray lost the first three points of his opening game on Tuesday but only the first two today, so progress!
"Still another shaky start from the world no. 1, though, having to defend break points straight away.
"Managed to get over the line, but you feel that Murray, like the half-empty Suzanne Lenglen arena, hasn't really got the blood pumping yet."
Meanwhile, that classic we predicted this morning is certainly heading that way over on Court 3.
Feliciano Lopez has hit back against David Ferrer to take the third set and a 2-1 lead. Lopez leads 3-2 in the fourth going with serve.
Agnieszka Radwanska has won her second-round match against Alison Van Uytvanck
13:02: ANDY MURRAY 1-0 MARTIN KLIZAN•
We knew Klizan is a power player and he is certainly making murray run here. The first game lasts a good few minutes as Murray struggles at the back of the court.
But the Brit eventually sees off his opponent to take the lead.
12:54: ANDY MURRAY V MARTIN KLIZAN
Andy Murray and Martin Klizan are warming up on Court Suzanne Lenglen.
Murray doesn't look too creaky, serving OK, but it's early days yet.
12:40: Andy Murray is expected on Suzanne Lenglen very soon as Agnieszka Radwanska wraps up her comeback victory over Alison Van Uytvanck.
Radwanska won her second-round match 6-7 6-2 6-3.
It means Murray is next up against Martin Klizan.
Murray scraped through the first round in four sets and hasn't looked too comfortable so far on clay.
He has been suffering from injury and a dip in form on late, with his serve a particular problem for the Brit.
It will be interesting to see how Murray fares today. He is the first seed at Roland Garros and cannot meet either Novak Djokovic or Rafael Nadal until the final.
12:00: Game set and match for Marin Cilic, who breezes past Konstantin Kravchuk in three sets. He's through to the third round.
Meanwhile, David Ferrer has won the second set against Feliciano Lopez for 1-1. What price on them going to five sets I wonder?
Agnieszka Radwanska and Alison Van Uytvanck are into a final set after the former clawed her way back into this match with a 6-2 second-set win.
And on Court 2 Elina Svitolina has beaten Tsvetana Pironkova 3-6 6-3 6-2.
Marin Cilic is into the French Open third round
11:30: Ah. Agnieszka Radwanska's revival has taken a knock as she loses her first-set tie break to Alison Van Uytvanck.
Radwanska breaks for 3-1 in the second as her opponent hits long but she's got a lot of work to do here.
Over on Philippe Chatrier Alize Cornet is 2-1 up in the second, having won the first set there.
David Ferrer and Feliciano Lopez are locked at 3-3 in the second. This could go some distance.
And Marin Cilic is romping away from Konstantin Kravchuk. He's currently two sets up and winning the third.
11:00: It's all turned around for Agnieszka Radwanska, who has brought her first set with Alison Van Uytvanck back to 6-6. This match will head to a tie break.
But the big drama is out on Court 3, where David Ferrer has lost his first set 7-5 to Feliciano Lopez despite racing into an initial 3-0 lead.
John Isner is one set up on Paolo Lorenzi on Court 14, while Magda Linette bagelled (horrible word) Ana Konjuh in their opening set on Court 17.
10:30: A bit of a wobble early on for Agnieszka Radwanska, who loses her first service game against Alison Van Uytvanck.
Over on Court 1 Marin Cilic has stormed into a commanding 4-1 lead over Konstantin Kravchuk in the first set, while David Ferrer leads Feliciano Lopez 3-0.
Alize Cornet is a break down early on in her match with Barbora Strycova on Philippe Chatrier.
Third seed Simona Halep plays later today
09:55: So first up on Philippe Chatrier is Barbora Strycova versus Alize Cornet – on for the partizan home crowd.
A number of French players have already crashed out of the tournament and Cornet, despite being unseeded against 20th-seed Strycova, will be expected to win by those in the stands.
Agnieszka Radwanska continues her title push against Belgium's Alison Van Uytvanck on Suzanne Lenglen.
Marin Cilic is up against Russian Konstantin Kravchuk on Court 1, while it's an all-Spanish affair on Court 3 as David Ferrer faces Feliciano Lopez.
Plys is due to start at 10am BST (basically five minutes from now!).
08:30: Once Andy Murray's match is over, women's singles third seed Simona Halep will be on court against Tatjana Maria of Germany.
Halep is now favourite to win the French Open after first seed Angelique Kerber crashed out in the opening round.
Second seed Karolina Pliskova is predicted to meet Halep in the semi-finals in the lower half of the draw.
She plays Ekaterina Alexandrova of Russia in the last match on court Philippe Chatrier.
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08:20: Murray's fellow Brit Kyle Edmund faces Argentina's Renzo Olivo on Court 6 this afternoon.
Olivo stunned Paris with a victory over Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the first round.
Meanwhile, the pick of the matches on Court Philippe Chatrier is Stan Wawrinka's match with Alexandr Dolgopolov.
Wawrinka is seeded third for the French Open and is expected to meet Murray in the semi-finals.
He follows France's Alize Cornet v Barbora Strycova on Paris' showpiece court, with another home favourite Gael Monfils in action against Thiago Monteiro this afternoon.
Poland's Agnieszka Radwanska faces Alison Van Uytvanck of Belgium in the first match on Court Suzanne Lenglen before Murray comes out onto the clay.