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There's a massive day of tennis ahead as the world's biggest players take to the grass courts of Wimbledon today.The fourth round kicks off with Venus Williams taking on Ana Konjuh and Brit favourite, Johanna Konta, plays Caroline Garcia.The More Radio Toy Appeal is back to lend a helping hand. This Christmas, almost a third of children in our area will be living in poverty.The More Radio Toy Appeal is back to lend a helping hand. The More Radio Awards Eastbourne are back for 2017 With The Arndale Centre and Kier Construction On Friday 17th November we’ll be at the All Saints Chapel in Eastbourne celebrating all that’s great about Eastbourne and the surrounding areas Nominations have now closed. If you can’t get to a TV, the match will also be shown on the BBC’s i Player service.This allows users to catch up on highlights whenever they want – as well as being available as a mobile app for i OS and Android devices.But the reigning Wimbledon and Olympics champion will know he won't have it easy - as that tie went to three sets.

Speaking about the big match ahead Murray said: "He has very good hands, moves well, takes a lot of chances and goes for his shots."He can be quite up and down.

On the men's side Australian bad boy Nick Kyrgios will be taking on Kevin Anderson and Juan Martin Del Potro will face Nicolas Almagro.

Tennis legend Roger Federer is not at the French Open as he is missing it to concentrate on his preparations for Wimbledon 2017 and the US Open 2017.

The French Open, the second tennis Grand Slam of the year, has begun in Paris this week.

The biggest clay court tournament of the year will see Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Sir Andy Murray vying for the Coupe des Mousquetaires.

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