'Good start' for Murray

Andy Murray describes his French Open first round win over Tatsuma Ito as "a good start" after overcoming a mid-match blip to win 6-1 7-5 6-0 in an hour and 35 minutes.

Murray explains the first and third sets were "very comfortable" for him, and says he will be pleased to get through the first rounds at Roland Garros "without playing any long matches" after being drawn to play one of the last games in round one.

The Scot will face Finland's world number 48 Jarko Nieminen in round two, a player Murray realises has "won some good matches here in the past and is not scared of causing an upset".

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