Andy Murray looking for Roger-Vasselin victory

Murray confident of safe passage
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Andy Murray claims that his record against French players is a boost ahead of the second-round clash with Edouard Roger-Vasselin.

Andy Murray has claimed that he enjoys facing French opponents, ahead of his second-round clash with Edouard Roger-Vasselin.

Murray defeated American Ryan Harrison in the first round and believes that his record against French players will serve him well against Roger-Vasselin.

The world number four said: "I do like playing against them. The stereotype of a French player is they have all got a lot of flair. They can normally play some drop shots, slice.

"I don't give them that many mistakes, and play solid all of the time against them. I make every game tough for them."

Roger-Vasselin set up the match with Murray after Xavier Malisse retired from their first-round match.

Andy Murray
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