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Andy Murray starts his run for a third consecutive title, and second Vienna title, against Slovakia's Martin Klizan.
Klizan - who was once described by Andrew Castle as looking like a university lecturer who hasn't had enough sleep - has won just nineteen matches this season, with ten of those coming in his title runs in Rotterdam and Hamburg, making him the first player in 2016 to win two ATP 500 tournaments. Andy was the second player to win two ATP 500s, lifting the titles at Queen's and Beijing. The winner of this first round match will be the only man on tour with the chance of winning a third title in the category.
The two have never faced before, but Klizan has just three career wins over top ten players, and his second serve has been extemely vulnerable this season, so expect to see Andy stepping into the court and attacking the second delivery as he has been over the last two years.
The court is playing slower than it did when Andy won the Vienna title in 2014. The slowness is countered slightly by lighter balls, but such balls tend to fly in the heat under indoor stadium lights, and Andy - who prefers a heavier ball - might take some time to adjust to controlling the ball in match conditions.
The match is schedulled to be played not before 4.30pm local time, 3.30pm BST.