Europe's Justin Rose and Henrik Stenson have insisted that they are "up for" playing in all five Ryder Cup matches following their successful partnership on day one at Gleneagles.
When Rose was asked by Sky Sports News if he and Stenson would be up for competing in all five, the 34-year-old said: "Yeah, this week you do what you're told and you put in, whinging aside, and you get on with it, but there's no whinging. To have the opportunity to play Ryder Cup matches is such a thrill. If that's what called of us, we'll be up for it."
Europe currently have a 3.5-2.5 lead over the Americans, with two matches left to finish.