Andy Murray is back in action at the Moselle Open in France, playing in the final 16 later on Wednesday. 

The Moselle Open is a professional tennis tournament played on indoor hard courts in Metz, France with a cash prize of over €500,000. 

Part of the ATP 250 series, Andy Murray has played the final once before in 2007 when he was runner-up to Spain's Tommy Robredo. 

Now back for the 2021 tournament, Murray came through in three sets in the opening round to beat Ugo Humbert and progress to the next stage

It will be Vasek Pospisil from Canada on the opposite side of the courts today as Murray bids for a spot in the final 8. 

Both players are on a comeback from injury, with Murray having made his return to Wimbledon earlier this year after seasons plagued with hip problems and a double surgery. 

Here's how to follow the match later on today....

What time is Andy Murray playing  Vasek Pospisil today?

Andy Murray will play Vasek Pospisil at around 5pm UK time on Wednesday September 22 in the second round of the Moselle Open. 

This is currently an estimated time and will depend on the matches before running to schedule. 

How can I watch Andy Murray's match? 

The Moselle Open has a live stream available to watch here

You can also tune in on Amazon Prime, but you will need a membership to do so. 

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What has Andy Murray said about his performance so far?

Following his opening round match on Tuesday, Andy Murray showed his fighting spirit was still in tact. 

In a post match interview, the three-time Grand Slam champion said: "Winning is all that matters to me."

He continued: "There are two things that matter — your effort and your attitude, which is probably No. 1 as that’s what you can control. For me sport is about that. You either win or lose.

"Winning is what sport is all about, and if you can play great whilst doing that even better. But if you can’t, and you don’t play your best, then winning is a great feeling.

"That’s why I am still playing. I have little goals — to get to 700 wins on tour. I’m not particularly interested in losing and playing well."