Andy Murray v Vincent Millot live streaming schedule from the Australian Open. Play Scheduled to begin at 10.30GMT.
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UK tennis fans are in for a treat this morning with Andy Murray v Vincent Millot scheduled to begin at around 11am GMT, as play at Melbourne continues to be disrupted by severe heat and even thunder and lightning.
Temperatures have risen to over 40 degrees today at the Rod Laver Arena, as players and spectators struggle to cope with the exhausting heat of the sun.
Jamie Murray, Andy’s brother has already been treated for sun stroke after encountering problems and there have been genuine concerns from the public, players, and eventually the officials in halting proceedings due to the extreme heat on court.
After completing his doubles match earlier in the day, he was treated for heatstroke, and spent two hours on the treatment table.
The good news for Andy Murray fans is that the Scot has been moved to a night match, with play halted this afternoon due to the high temperatures, which do carry a health warning.
That said, the temperature is said to be a much milder mid thirties, which should bode well for the Murray camp, with energy preservation the key to these early rounds.
Andy Murray has certainly started positively so far in the tournament, removing the worry from supporters after back surgery as the Scot eased in to the second round with a straight sets victory over Japan’s Go Soeda.
He will now face Frenchman Vincent Millot, ranked number 267 in the world, a left hander, which could prove a little problematic for Murray.
Millot has been dubbed the “Olivier Giroud of tennis” with a love of both Montpellier and Arsenal, and his uncle actually played for PSG and his father for Montpellier.
Despite this, it is expected that the Scot will progress comfortably into the next round, as the odds of 1/100 suggest.
It would take a foolhardy punter to back against the Scot at those odds, and Murray should make round three in the relative calmness of the Rod Laver Stadium.