World number one Andy Murray is enjoying his stay in Paris while featuring this year's edition of the second Grand Slam of the season -- Roland Garros.

The Scot, who is playing his 10th ever Roland Garros and the eighth consecutive one, has found a ''winning formula'' off the court. The 30-year-old can spend time with his wife Kim Murray and baby Sophia at a place located just outside the tennis complex.

Murray has had a good run thus far at the well-known French event, reaching the last-16 stage. After wins earned over Russian Andrey Kuznetsov, Martin Klizan of Slovakia, and friendly Juan Martin del Potro, he is now set to meet rising Karen Khachanov.

Murray told Piers Newbery of BBC Sport that his family stayed near the clay courts of Roland Garros for the first time last year and that ''they're doing the same'' this campaign. The 2016 Roland Garros runner-up confessed that ''It's very relaxed.''

Better than at the US Open

2012 US Open champion Andy Murray reveals that the same can't be said for the American Grand Slam event.

The top-ranked tennis player said they stay in ''in the city and it is really busy,'' and that 40 minutes are needed to get to the courts. On the other side, he is just five minutes away from the courts at Roland Garros, and that gives him an opportunity to be late a bit and still check out to see what his close ones are doing.

Meanwhile, Murray, who is a resident of London, is literally at home once the time comes for Wimbledon, which is held at The All England Club. The two-time Wimbledon champion sleeps in his own bed during the prestigious grass-court tournament and one of the biggest sporting events in the world.

Has it affected Murray's performances?

Andy Murray's form has experienced a rise since the beginning of Roland Garros. The three-time Grand Slam champion entered the main draw of the Major on a not so good tale. He had a disappointing build-up for the biggest clay-court event, collecting a couple of early losses at the tournaments played on the dirt.

The chances of seeing Murray making it all the way in Paris are now much bigger than they were before the tournament started.

Murray noted that he hopes to ''extend'' his stay in Paris and that he is not ready to depart the city.

A comfortable surrounding in the French capital could have helped Murray to get over the slump. It remains to be seen for how long will he be able to stay in the city. The tournament has entered its second week.