I will be underdog - Murray
Andy Murray does not see himself as the favourite in his French Open fourth-round encounter with Richard Gasquet.
The British number one impressed in defeating Santiago Giraldo in straight sets on Saturday, having struggled with fitness in the earlier rounds. Murray has been feeling discomfort in his back but made light work of his Colombian opponent, winning 6-3 6-4 6-4, to set up a last-16 clash with home favourite Gasquet. The world number four has had some memorable encounters with the Frenchman in the past, defeating Gasquet at Roland Garros in five-set thriller two years ago. Gasquet though beat Murray on clay in Rome last month and the Scot concedes that he faces a stern test of his credentials on Monday. Murray stated: "I wouldn't necessarily see myself as the favourite for the match. Obviously he beat me a couple of weeks ago. He's going to have the crowd behind him. Right now this has probably been his best surface. "So it's going to be a tough match. But when I played him here last time, I hung in, I fought really hard. When he plays well, he's a very, very tough guy to beat. He plays some unbelievable shots."