Andy Murray is set to play his second round match at Wimbledon on Wednesday, but he isn't the only player with Scottish roots fighting for a third round spot in the men's singles...

Cameron Norrie will also compete today after his first round match was suspended on Tuesday due to rain, with the 25-year-old having previously told of his father's "filthy Scottish accent".

Here's everything you need to know about Norrie's Scottish heritage, when he's playing and how to watch...

Is Cameron Norrie Scottish? 

Despite being born in Johannesburg and growing up in New Zealand, Cameron Norrie represents Great Britain in tennis, having changed allegiance in 2013. 

The British number 2 was born to a Scottish father and Welsh mother in 1995, with his Dad hailing from Glasgow and retaining his "filthy Scottish accent", as according to Cameron. 

This description isn't to Norrie Snr's liking however, telling the Herald in 2018 that he wished his son "would stop saying that about my accent". 

Nevertheless, his Dad's nationality is clearly something Norrie carries with him; in 2018 he corrected the BBC's John Inverdale when he referred to the player as English. 

"I'm not English", Norrie replied. "I prefer to say British because of the Scots thing..."

When is Cameron Norrie next playing? 

Norrie has had good preperation for this year's tournament, playing in the final of Queen's earlier this month which he lost in three sets to Matteo Berrettini. 

His first round match of Wimbledon commenced on Tuesday June 29, but was suspended due to rain so will resume after 12:30pm on Wednesday June 30. 

Norrie is currently one set down against France's Lucas Pouille so will seek a fresh start as the match picks up today on court two. 

Can I watch Cameron Norrie's match?

The BBC have extensive coverage of Wimbledon on both BBC 1 and BBC 2. 

You can also pick which match you want to watch on BBC iPlayer, which is showing live coverage of numerous courts.