There will be a slight delay as the rain has come again meaning the Centre Court roof will probably need to be closed again.
Tommy Robredo, 31, is ranked 29 in the world but seeded 32 for this tournament. Surprisingly he has never been beyond round three at Wimbledon despite being world number 5 a few years ago.
Robredo has beaten Alex Bogomolov Jr and Nicolas Mahut so far this year, both in straight sets and is on the back of a brilliant run at the French Open where he reached the quarter finals after coming from two sets down, three times in a row.
Murray and Robredo have met five times, but never on grass and never in a Grand Slam. Robredo has the edge, winning three of the five matches.
Both players are out now under the roof and the pair are knocking up. Should get underway in about five to ten minutes.
Robredo gets us underway and begins with an ace...
And another long rally from the back of the court to start the next game. You do get the feeling that Murray will have the beating of Robredo in the battles from the baseline.
This time Robredo gets the better of a long rally, forcing Murray to go long. 30-0.
Brilliant return of serve from Murray sees him fight back from 0-40 to deuce.
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Big chance for Robredo who finds himself 40-0 up again. This time on the Murray serve.
Fine effort at the running passing shot but it narrowly bounces wide.
@Happy - Fingers crossed! Huge pressure on him now though, everyone pretty much expecting him to get to the final!
Murray looks in control at 30-15 but is completely caught out as the ball clips the top of the net.
What a shot! A sliced backhand down the line brings up set point.
He really does have a response to everything, Murray. Nothing Robredo can do seems to be hurting him at the moment.
First break point of the set for Murray, can he take the initiative straightaway?