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Watch Andy Murray v John Isner online: Live stream today’s Wimbledon Second Round

By Ben Green

Watch Andy Murray v John Isner online: Live stream today's Wimbledon Second Round

Published: 9:48, 29 June 2022

Two-time Wimbledon winner Andy Murray faces veteran American John Isner in the Second Round on Wednesday at 4.45pm (UK time).

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Where to watch Andy Murray v John Isner on TV:

  • UK: BBC
  • US: ESPN & Tennis Channel

It wasn’t the easiest of openings for Andy Murray in the First Round of Wimbledon having had to come from behind against the unseeded James Duckworth, but after reversing the scoreline following a tentative start, the Glaswegian right-hander got the job done, advancing to the Second Round.

The 35-year-old has endured a difficult few years owing largely to injury issues, having not reached the last 16 of a Grand Slam tournament since 2017, missing 11 majors in that time, but South West London is an area he knows exceptionally well, and he will no doubt be hoping to embellish his Wimbledon legacy with another title this year.

John Isner is a cult hero in London’s annual showpiece owing to his First Round victory over Nicolas Mahut in 2010, which remains the longest match in tennis history after he triumphed 6–4, 3–6, 6–7, 7–6, 70–68. Now 37, the 6ft 10in American has enjoyed his best return at a Grand Slam tournament in London, reaching the 2018 semi-final, and he, like Murray, will be looking to create further memories in the capital as he enters the twilight years of his career.

Prediction: Andy Murray to win in five sets