After Andy Murray's impressive display against Thanasi Kokkinakis at the Australian Open on Thursday, January 19, many will be eager to cheer him on at his next match. 

The Scottish tennis player, 35, was able to win the match against the Australian after being on the ropes for much of the game.

This broke the record for Murray's longest-ever match and is his second-ever five-set win at the tournament.

Kokkinakis won the first two sets of the second round match 6-4 and 7-6 before Murray was able to fight back and win the third in a tie-breaker.

Murray went on to win the fourth 6-3 before securing a spot in the next round of the competition.

Earlier this week, he beat Matteo Berrittini in a five-round match, his first victory against a top-20 player since his hip operation in 2017.

Novak Djokovic also won a four-set match against Enzo Couacaud to reach the third round of the opening

Who is Andy Murray playing next after beating Thanasi Kokkinakis?

Andy Murray will play Spain's Roberto Bautista Agut, ranked as high as number 9 globally by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP), in a match which is sure to be exciting to fans around the world.

When is the next Andy Murray match at the Australian Open?

Andy Murray's Australian Open match against Roberto Bautista Agut is taking place on Saturday, January 21.

How to watch Andy Murray's next match at the Australian Open

Andy Murray's next match against the Spaniard will be available to watch live on Eurosport for those subscribed to Discovery+ as well as those with access to the Eurosport 2 TV channel.

Andy Murray's longest-ever match 

Andy Murray broke the record for his longest-ever match when playing Thanasi Kokkinakis with the game lasting 5 hours and 45 minutes, finishing at 4 am (local time).

Where is Andy Murray ranked in the world?

While Andy Murray's peak ranking was number one in the world on November 7, 2016, his current ranking is now lower after the tennis player underwent a hip operation.

He is currently ranked number 66 in the world as of January 16, 2023.

Andy Murray's next match at the Australian Open is taking place on Saturday, January 21.