Andy Murray made it into the second round of the 2022 Wimbledon Championships, on his return to the tournament.

He defeated the Australian John Duckworth, coming back from losing the first set to dispatch him fairly routinely.

Now the Scot will be up against the big-serving American John Isner, who has made use of his impressive 6ft 10in height to great effect in his career.

The 37-year-old is best known for playing the longest-ever tennis match, his three-day epic against Nicolas Mahut at Wimbledon itself back in 2010.

In his career Isner has never defeated Murray in eight attempts on tour, and Murray will be looking to keep it that way today.

The National: Murray made it past John Duckworth in the first round (PA)Murray made it past John Duckworth in the first round (PA)

What time today is Andy Murray playing at Wimbledon?

Murray's match against John Isner is set to begin at 5pm BST on Centre Court, which immediately follows Emma Raducanu's match against Caroline Garcia.

Depending on if rain disrupts play and how long the previous matches take to complete, this time could be pushed back slightly.

BBC One and BBC Two are airing coverage of the tennis championships, with BBC One going in slots from 10.45am to 1pm, 1.45pm to 6pm, and 7pm to 8.30pm.

Meanwhile, BBC Two air non-stop from 1pm to 7pm.