Andy Murray is back in action at the Stockholm Open where he has defeated the number 1 seed to reach the quarter finals.
2021 has seen the Scottish tennis legend back on the tour, having played in both Wimbledon and the US Open earlier this year and numerous ATP tournaments this autumn.
It’s been a strong comeback after surgery left Murray with a metal hip, something which is often highlighted by pundits who admire the player’s still-impressive movement on court.
Murray has spoken frequently of his love of tennis and his goals to continue playing at the top level.
Now having triumphed over top seed Jannick Sinner in straight sets on Wednesday, he will face American Tommy Paul in the quarter finals.
Here’s what you need to know about the match and whether you can tune in…
What time is Andy Murray’s match today?
Andy Murray will play Tommy Paul at 5pm UK time today at the Stockholm Open in Sweden.
Tommy Paul is 24-years-old with a career high ranking of 50. He reached the third round of Wimbledon in 2019 and the third round of the Australian Open in 2020.
Both players have progressed through the tournament without dropping a set so far, but this is set to change this afternoon with only one spot in tomorrow’s semi.
How to watch Andy Murray’s match today?
BT Sport has the rights for the Stockholm Open, and Andy Murray’s match will be available to watch on BT Sport 1 this afternoon.
The semi-finals will air on BT Sport 3 on November 12 while the final will be shown on BT Sport 2 on November 13.