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Never try to second-guess Andy Murray’s level of performance. That was the lesson of his first-round match here, in which he swept aside Andrey Kuznetsov in four quick sets.
OK, Murray was sketchy at times during his 6-4, 4-6, 6-2, 6-0 victory. But it was still a damn sight better than his first two rounds in Paris last year, when he was extended to five sets by Radek Stepanek and Mathias Bourgue. Perhaps he should catch the ’flu more often.
After Angelique Kerber had suffered a first-round defeat on Sunday, the record books came out, revealing that the immediate loss of both top seeds had never happened at any grand slam since the start of the Open era in 1968.
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.
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.
The top remaining seeds for both singles brackets will be in action at the French Open on Thursday. Andy Murray, the No. 1 seed for the men, will take on Martin Klizan in a second-round matchup. Karolina Pliskova, the No. 2 seed for the women, will face Ekaterina Alexandrova.
A live stream of the day’s courts and matches will be available via NBC Sports.
Angelique Kerber, the women’s top seed, lost in the first round of the tournament. That loss, combined with the fact that Serena Williams isn’t participating in this year’s French Open, means the women’s bracket could go a number of different ways. Pliskova is an obvious favorite, but many believe in Simona Halep.