Andy Murray is back on court today playing in the final 16 of the European Open after a mammoth match against Frances Tiafoe earlier this week. 

Murray gave "an unbelievable battle" to fight back from two match points and come out victorious after 3 hours 45 minutes of action. 

Both players credited each other following the match, and continued their conversation into the locker room, something the Scot tennis legend described as a "rare" occurrence. 

It was a match that will stay with Murray, who said: "I’ve never played a match like that on the Tour really… In the locker room we had a much more in-depth chat about tennis, not so much the match… That was kind of rare I would say."

But now all eyes are on today's match, when the three time Grand Slam champion faces number 2 seed Diego Schwartzman for a shot at the final 12. 

The head to head is just another step in Murray's return to the tour following a few years plagued by injury and an operating which left him with a metal hip. 

He is no stranger to success at this tournament, having won in 2019 - an experience he will likely draw on as the tournament progresses.

Here's everything you need to know about Murray's match with Argentinian Schwartzman later today...

What time is Andy Murray playing Diego Schwartzman today?

Andy Murray will play Diego Schwartzman at around 5:30pm UK time on Thursday October 21 in the European Open. 

This is currently an estimated time and will depend on the matches before running to schedule. 

How can I watch Andy Murray's match? 

You can watch the match via the ATP Tennis TV livestream, however this is only available to subscribers, with subscriptions starting at £9.99. 

The match is also available on Amazon Prime - once again, it is only available for subscribers. 

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What has Andy Murray said about his performance so far? 

Following his match on Tuesday, Murray said: "It is the longest three-set match I have ever played by quite a distance. It was an unbelievable battle."

He also discussed the toll tennis to such an intensity takes on his body: "Nowadays my body is old, I have played a lot of matches on the tour – but that was taking it to another level.

"It was a brilliant match with an amazing atmosphere. It is just so nice to be playing in front of crowds again, especially so early in the week.

"I will use my day off tomorrow to try to rest and hopefully feel OK for Thursday."