Adrian Mannarino has revealed that he is looking forward to testing himself against Andy Murray in the US Open second round.
The two players met at Indian Wells earlier this year, with Murray winning in straight sets, and the left-handed Frenchman has admitted that trying to get the better of the world number three could be complicated.
The 27-year-old is quoted by BBC Sport as saying: "Last time he was clearly better than me. It's going to be very complicated but I'll try my best.
"I don't play this kind of guy every day, so it's also fun to see the difference between us and where I have to work."
Mannarino defeated Konstantin Kravchuk to move through to the last 64.