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Summary

  1. GB's Aljaz Bedene loses 3-6 3-6 6-4 3-6 to Jiri Vesely
  2. Rafael Nadal beats Haase 6-1 6-4 6-3
  3. Djokovic beats Sousa in straight sets
  4. Muguruza through to women's third round

Live Reporting

By Matthew Henry and Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    Vesely 6-3 6-3 4-6 6-3 Bedene

    So there are just two British players left standing. Andy Murray and Kyle Edmund.

    Both are in action tomorrow and we'll be back then to take you through it.

    See you then.

  2. Post update

    Vesely 6-3 6-3 4-6 6-3 Bedene

    That's difficult to sum up for Aljaz Bedene.

    In the first two sets he was outclassed but after fighting back in the third he had a host of chances to take it to a decider. He just couldn't take any of them and in the end he is the third Briton to fall at this year's French Open.

  3. Game, set and match

    *Vesely 6-3 6-3 4-6 5-3 Bedene

    Heartbreak for Bedene.

    Match point. He thinks he has a winner to stay alive. The line judge agrees.

    But Vesely has a look at the mark in the clay and it shows the ball landed out. Bedene's face is a picture of disappointment. A tough way to lose.

  4. Post update

    *Vesely 6-3 6-3 4-6 5-3 Bedene

    Oh Aljaz! This game should be over and in the Briton's favour he misses a smash at the net on break point.

    Both players are clearly feeling the pressure. A chance for the match goes by for Vesely. This game has lasted more than 11 minutes. Does either player want to win it?

  5. Post update

    *Vesely 6-3 6-3 4-6 5-3 Bedene

    More good play from Bedene gets us back to deuce. He just can't produce the same tennis on the break points. Maybe this time? Vesely puts a volley wide and Bedene has another chance to keep himself in this...

  6. Post update

    *Vesely 6-3 6-3 4-6 5-3 Bedene

    A risky drop shot from Bedene is gobbled up by Vesely. Here's his first match point...

  7. Post update

    *Vesely 6-3 6-3 4-6 5-3 Bedene

    The next two points are shared. Deuce.

    The crowd clap rhythmically in anticipation.

  8. Post update

    *Vesely 6-3 6-3 4-6 5-3 Bedene

    Is Vesely nervous? Maybe. He double faults to hand Bedene another point.

    Top stuff from the Czech this time as he comes out on top of a 27-shot rally. 30-30.

  9. Post update

    *Vesely 6-3 6-3 4-6 5-3 Bedene

    What can Bedene conjure up here? He must win this game. Excellent start. Backhand winner 0-15.

    Ace from Vesely. Can't do much with that. 15-15.

  10. Vesely breaks

    *Vesely 6-3 6-3 4-6 5-3 Bedene

    Oh dear. Oh dear. Oh dear. Bedene double faults at the worst possible time.

    Is that it? Vesely is now serving for a place in the third round.

  11. Post update

    Vesely 6-3 6-3 4-6 4-3 Bedene*

    Jiri Vesely hasn't come out on top of many lengthy rallies in this set but now he has and Bedene is under pressure on serve for the first time in a while. 0-30.

    Uh oh. The British number three nets. Two break points Vesely...

  12. Post update

    Vesely 6-3 6-3 4-6 4-3 Bedene*

    That's the most comfortable hold for Vesely in this set. Bedene still managed to chip away at his opponent though, playing a lovely drop shot that will surely take more out of the legs of Vesely. A man in the crowd stands and applauds the point from the Briton. He was impressed.

  13. Post update

    *Vesely 6-3 6-3 4-6 3-3 Bedene

    With him serving second in this fourth set there is a bit of pressure on Bedene every time he steps up to the baseline as he's always trailing until he can find that break.

    A 17-shot rally at 30-30 ends with a beautiful backhand winner from Bedene. Those just weren't landing in the first two sets. Bedene levels again.

  14. Post update

    Vesely 6-3 6-3 4-6 3-2 Bedene*

    Vesely's game looked to have deserted him in this game but the serve returns to dig him out of trouble.

    Three games in a row now Britain's Bedene has had break points and he hasn't taken any of them. That surely has to be frustrating?

  15. Post update

    *Vesely 6-3 6-3 4-6 2-2 Bedene

    Vesely is struggling now. First a double fault and then a forehand that barely gets halfway up the net. The crowd seem to be slightly in his favour and give him a cheer of encouragement.

    Here are two more break points for Aljaz Bedene...

  16. Post update

    *Vesely 6-3 6-3 4-6 2-2 Bedene

    Many of you will not be familiar with Jiri Vesley but he is a tall chap, just two centimetres short of two metres, and he has to use all that height to reach a Bedene lob. He wins that point but gives away the other four with errors.

    A good, quick service game for Bedene. It was almost like he puffed his cheeks and said "I'm feeling fine, Jiri. How are you?"

  17. Vesely holds

    Vesely 6-3 6-3 4-6 2-1 Bedene*

    Big hold from Vesely. That will give him extra bounce as he heads to his chair. A quick couple of minutes to regain some energy.

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    Kyle Utterson: After seeing the first 2 sets I couldn't see a comeback happening but all credit to Bedene for hanging in there. With the confidence Bedene has with the form he is in this year and with the momentum he has now, he has every chance

  19. Post update

    *Vesely 6-3 6-3 4-6 1-1 Bedene

    Another double fault from Vesely. A sign of tiredness in the legs? The errors are coming off his racquet far more often than in the early stages.

    A chance for Bedene, here's a break point. Bang. 130mph serve down the 'T' from Vesely. We're still at deuce in the longest game of this match so far...

  20. Post update

    *Vesely 6-3 6-3 4-6 1-1 Bedene

    This court is almost fully in shade now as we head into late evening. If this one goes the distance I'd fancy Bedene, he looks the fresher player. Vesely tries to buy himself a little too much time between serves and receives a time violation from the umpire. A double fault from the Czech takes us to deuce. Another opening from Bedene?