Andy Murray isn't making it easy for himself in the French Open. It was another five-set match as he finally defeated Frenchman Mathias Bourgue 6-2, 2-6, 4-6, 6-2, 6-3.
We'd only just recovered from the first round where Murray came back from two sets down to beat Radek Stepanek, and in the second, the world number 164 wasn't going down without a fight either.
After a good start of 6-2 and 2-0 up, the Scotsman proceeded to lose 24 of the next 27 points and eight games in a row - and found himself two sets to one down.
Staring at the worst defeat of his career, the world number two did what he invariably does in such situations and found a way back. Much to everyone's delight and relief.
-- Saleena Rani (@Seen_Been) May 25, 2016
For three-and-a-half hours, it was a tense and exhausting afternoon we were so not prepared for.
-- Mary Dolson (@MaMaDolson) May 25, 2016
-- Mark Loosmore (@mloosmore) May 25, 2016
-- Gary J Sutherland (@GaryJSutherland) May 25, 2016
Tennis fans were really impressed with Bourgue who, despite being relatively unknown, forced Murray to produce his finest tennis.
-- Shayna Hayes (@MsShaynaT) May 25, 2016
Mathias Bourgue reminding of all of us to dream big
-- Lil' Mitzvah (@SassySaslove) May 25, 2016
I've been impressed by Bourgue. He's a real talent #FrenchOpen
-- Hiten Mandalia (@HitenMandalia) May 25, 2016
Terrific young talent Mathias Bourgue who will now be on nobody's wish list to face on clay
-- Christopher Clarey (@christophclarey) May 25, 2016
Let's have a nice three set victory in the next round please Murray.