Australian Open 2014: Paul Newman discusses Andy Murray's chances of progress
Our journalist in Melbourne reports on the first day of action
The Independent's tennis correspondent Paul Newman is joined by fellow journalist Simon Cambers in Melbourne.
They look ahead to Andy Murray's opening match that will take place tomorrow. Will the British number one have any problems against Go Soeda?
Paul also discusses the conditions in Melbourne, with temperatures forecast to be as high as 40C tomorrow.
Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer are also in action on Tuesday. The former is against local favourite Bernard Tomic, but will the world number one be troubled by the Australian youngster?
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