Andy Murray plays in his third round Wimbledon match today after defeating Oscar Otte on Wednesday in a stellar display of grit and determination. 

The two-time former champion's second round match went to five sets, with Murray fighting back from 2-1 down to win the fourth and fifth. 

He thrilled viewers around the country as he played some exceptional shots, raising the bar to a standard that could not be met by his German opponent under the roof of centre court.

It's Murray's first Wimbledon tournament since 2017, when he was knocked out of the quarter finals with a hip injury. 

Who will he play today, what time is his match and where can you watch it? 

Here's everything you need to know...

What time is Andy Murray playing today? 

Andy Murray's match is due to commence at 16:45 this afternoon, as he continues his Grand Slam comeback on centre court in front of the home crowd. 

However, this time is subject to the previous matches running to schedule and the match could therefore begin later. 

Where can I watch the match? 

You can watch the match live on BBC 2, with coverage presented by Sue Barker. 

Who will Andy Murray face? 

Murray will face tough competition from number 10 seed Denis Shapovalov, who sailed though to the third round after his second opponent conceded the match due to injury. 

The Canadian and the Scot have never before come head to head, with centre court certain to provide a buzzing backdrop as the pair battle for a spot in week two. 

This marks Shapovalov's furthest progression in the tournament which he will be seeking to extend with a win over Murray. 

However, Murray's experience and pure love for the game is likely to provide very tough competition for the 22-year-old. 

What has Andy Murray said about his tournament so far? 

Murray credited the crowd for firing him up following his second round win.

Speaking in his post match interview, the 34-year-old said: "What an atmosphere to play in at the end. The whole crowd was amazing but there were a few guys in there getting me fired up. I needed everyone's help."

He'll no doubt be hoping for a similar electricity this evening as he looks to move into the prestigious second week of the tournament. 

He thanked the crowd again in a tweet posted after the match which read: "Unreal atmosphere out there tonight... thanks so much to everyone that was in there watching and supporting.. you carried me over the line. Life in the old dog yet eh!"