Andy Murray and Johanna Konta play in the French Open today
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Konta* v Su-wei 6-1
First set done in just 23 minutes and Konta is well on her way to winning for the first time at Roland Garros.
Konta v Su-wei* 5-1
That should be the set for Konta.
She gets the double break with more brutal shotmaking to open up a commanding lead.
Konta* v Su-wei 4-1
Su-wei now seems to have arrived at the party and putting Konta under pressure.
But the 26-year-old remains on top and striking her backhand particularly well.
Konta v Su-wei* 3-1
A couple of loose errors by Konta gives Su-wei a chance to get her first game of the match.
And a wild backhand return by Konta puts the Taiwanese player on the board.
Konta* v Su-wei 3-0
Konta must have a brunch reservation because she is not messing about.
Another comfortable hold to 15 for the seventh seed.
Konta v Su-wei* 2-0
Su-wei gets her first point of the match on her opening serve with a sweet backhand down the line.
But she immediately comes under pressure from Konta and falls to 15-40.
And Konta seals an early break after a tame Su-wei dropshot into the net.
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Konta* v Su-wei 1-0
Konta won the toss and opts to serve first.
And it is an easy hold to love for the British number one.
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10:05am: Konta doesn't have a great record on clay but is determined to show her ability ahead of the grass-court season.
She said: "I'm really enjoying this part of the season. I think it's giving me a lot of opportunity to grow as a player, my game style on this surface, but also, as a competitor, as a person.
"It gives me different challenges and the work that I'm putting in now – also I believe – will transfer on to the grass and also the hard."
10am: Here comes Konta and her opponent Su-wei onto a sparse crowd on Chatrier.
It's sunny morning in Paris which should suit Konta's style of play.
9:45: There's been a slight change to the order of play on the Philippe Chatrier court.
Murray was due to play after Konta's match but he will now get his campaign started following the conclusion of Alexander Zverev's clash with Fernando Verdasco.
The match was stopped last night for bad light with the tie one set apiece.
Verdasco won the first set 6-4 but Zverev hit back in the second to win it 6-3 before play was suspended.
9.30: Hello and welcome to our live coverage from Roland Garros.
Andy Murray begins his French Open 2017 title challenge against Andrey Kuznetsov.
Murray has struggled with shingles and a dip in form over recent weeks.
Murray faces world no 73 Kuznetsov AFTER Johanna Konta’s clash with Hsieh Su-wei.
Konta scheduled to start at 10am BST (11am in Paris).
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Konta has never won a match at the French Open.
Konta lost in two sets to Germany’s Julia Gorges in last year’s first round, while Murray lost the men’s singles final to Novak Djokovic.