Andy Murray takes on Marcos Baghdatis of Cyprus this afternoon in the third round of the men's singles at the London 2012 Olympic Games (15:00 BST start).
Murray has endured many battles with Baghdatis throughout the course of his career. The charismatic Cypriot has been a bit of a bogeyman for Britain's medal hope over the years, but he's managed to get the better of him a couple of times in the slams in recent years.
They met in the third round of Wimbledon a few weeks ago, with Baghdatis producing the kind of tennis which took him to the 2006 Australian Open final. Murray eventually battled through in four sets in a late night thriller under the Centre Court roof.
Murray has enjoyed two very impressive wins so far this week in the Olympic tournament at the All-England Club. He eased past Jarkko Nieminen 6-2 6-4 yesterday and the match could have been over far sooner if the Scot had converted any of the myriad of chances he had in the second set.
"I played well today," Murray said afterwards.
"He didn't start the match that well. Then he definitely played better in the second set. I had the momentum for most of the match. I served well, especially in the second set, didn't give him really many opportunities.
"Once I got up a break in the second, it was important to stay focused because I was getting a lot of free points from my serve and I needed to try to keep that up, and I did a good job."
Baghdatis looked equally impressive as he took out France's Richard Gasquet 6-4 6-4 in the second round and Murray knows he'll have to be at his best.
"I had a tough match with him Baghdatis at Wimbledon a few weeks ago. Certainly won't be taking anything for granted there. It's going to be a very, very tough match. He's a very, very good grass court player. I'll need to play very well to win that."
Prediction: Murray in three.