News of Murray's father-in-law Nigel Sears - Sears collapsed while watching his charge Ana Ivanovic play Madison Keys over on Rod Laver but is apparently sitting up in hospital and undergoing tests. We wish him well. The latest score in that match is 5-3 to Keys in the deciding set, the American has won five games in a row. And with that, I will say good night or good morning or whatever it is where you are.
- Murray wins 6-2 3-6 6-2 6-2 against the 32nd seed
- Watch highlights on BBC One at 13:00 GMT Saturday
- The winner will play Bernard Tomic or John Millman in round four
- Murray's father-in-law Nigel Sears being treated after collapsing at the Aus Open
- Result: Johanna Konta (GB) beat Denisa Allertova (Cze) 6-2 6-2
Murray will have an Australian for company in the fourth round, Bernard Tomic and John Millman fight for the right to play the Scot this evening.
You can watch highlights of Andy Murray and Johanna Konta's third round wins on BBC One at lunchtime. Tune in at 1pm.
Sousa puts a forehand long to make it 30-15 to Murray and hands the Scot two match points with an errant backhand. Sousa goes long with a moon ball on the retreat and Murray moves into week two and the fourth round.
Murray yanks a forehand long after another lengthy exchange before Sousa pulls out a couple of good serves to make it 40-15. Sousa muffs an attempted drop-shot before netting with an inside-out forehand. That's a break, Murray just needs to apply the full stop in this next service game...
Murray really booming now and Sousa, suddenly, isn't able to deal with the sheer size of the Scot's game. That's a service hold to love, Murray suddenly skipping through a couple of gears and pulling clear...
Sousa not giving this up without a fight and a marathon rally ends with Murray floating a forehand long. Murray charges a second serve to make it deuce Some really tasty rallies now and this one ends with a backhand winner from Murray. That's a break...
Lovely body serving from Murray in that set as the Scot restores parity.
Murray with a lithe smash for a break before Sousa comes over all Nadal of old, eventually clinching the hold with a forehand winner after some magnificent baseline hitting.
Comfortable hold from Murray, to love. Nothing much more to add.
Not sure if you can see this or not but I shall tap away regardless. Sousa bunts a backhand long to hand Murray a break point but the Portuguese pulls out a plum of a forehand down the line to save. Smash for advantage before Murray levels things up with a cross-court forehand winner. Murray nets with a forehand before fending a backhand return wide, Sousa holds.
Sorry about that, we appear to have had some technical issues which meant everything that has been written in the last two hours has disappeared into the ether, like some great lost work of fiction. In short, Murray has just won the third set and leads 6-2 3-6 6-2.