8/1/12 1:32 AM | Cheryl Murray
No. 3 seed Andy Murray will be in action in a jam-packed day at the London Olympic Games.
Except for the first round ouster of No. 6 seed Tomas Berdych at the hands of Steve Darcis, there have been no massive upsets at the All-England Club this week so far. Seven of the top eight seeds, plus No. 11 seed Nicolas Almagro in the place of Berdych will be in action on Wednesday.
But perhaps no player is more eagerly anticipated by the live crowd than compatriot Andy Murray, who is looking for a gold medal for Great Britain.
Murray has been in fantastic form during the Games, with the Scot looking particularly solid on Tuesday against Jarkko Nieminen. He will take on Marcos Baghdatis in his round of 16 match.
In their early days, Baghdatis gave Murray all kinds of trouble, defeating the Scot in 3 of their first 4 matches. But recently Murray has had the Cypriot’s number.
They just met on the lawns of the All-England Club a couple of weeks ago, with Murray edging Baghdatis in 4 sets.
Murray is enjoying good form and he will have the support of the British crowd behind him. Baghdatis has the kind of game that can push the world No. 4, but expect a win for the hometown hero.
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