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Scottish star Andy Murray will make his first appearance on centre court this year when he takes on Frenchman Vincent Millot for a place in the third round of the Australian Open.
The world number 4, making his first appearance at a Grand Slam since his back surgery, breezed through his first round clash with Go Soeda winning in three sets, 6-1, 6-1, 6-3.
The Wimbledon winner looked comfortable throughout as he hit 12 aces and did not concede a break point against the Japanese star.
Next up for Murray now is the relatively unknown Millot. The 27 year old, a first round winner over American Wayne Odesnik, is already enjoying his best run at a Grand Slam event to date, having never made it past the first round at a major event before.
Millot’s clash with Murray has propelled the French star into the spotlight and the world number 267 has revealed that had not made it into the world of professional tennis he could have followed in his father’s footsteps and become a footballer.
“I had a lot of talent as a footballer and had some offers to join some clubs when I was 13, but my father pushed me more towards tennis,” he said.
“I loved playing tennis as well so I was happy to do that. I think I could have played football professionally, though you never know. I played attacking midfield or striker.
“My father played for St Etienne when they were runners-up to Monaco in the French League in 1981-1982. He was a sweeper, No 5. He was there when Michel Platini was also in the team.
“My aunt’s husband – my uncle, Frank Gava – was even better known as a footballer. Maybe we should play each other at football rather than tennis. And if we did I think I might win. I would certainly have been richer if I had played football but I don’t regret the decision to play tennis.”
Millot might have wished the match up was taking place on a football pitch as he has never made it into the top 100 in the world all of which means Murray should ease into the next round.