The order of play is subject to change, however, the opening one for day three at Wimbledon 2017 includes Andy Murray. The Scot is scheduled to face Dustin Brown in the second match of the day on center court. Although Murray promises to be a heavy favorite in the match, the Scot could face a challenge from the German player. After all, Brown has done some damage on grass in the past.

Brown apt on grass

Brown's Grand Slam resume is hardly noteworthy, but over the years he has made the third round a couple times at the All England Club. Those results account for his best results in majors. Additionally, Brown is one of the players that has upset Rafael Nadal in the Wimbledon draw since the Spaniard last made the final in 2011.

Brown also has a victory over Nadal from ATP Halle, a grass court event. The German beat the former World No. 1 at that venue in 2014. Although Murray, the current World No. 1, will be favored to beat Brown, the German certainly isn't without hope in the match, as he has beaten high-ranked players on grass before.

Brown and Murray have only met one time in a tour match and it took place ages ago. The two players played in the 2nd round of the 2010 US Open, a match that saw the Scot win in straight sets. Most would be expect a similar result on day three from Wimbledon 2017. However, there is a hang-up with Murray right now as he is a player with some injury gossip buzzing around him. Both Roger Federer and Judy Murray have recently weighed in on Murray's slump this season and both seem to think that injury is a factor.

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The World No. 1 certainly has not played to his normal standard in Grand Slams this season. He fell in the fourth round at Melbourne Park and failed to make the French Open final last month at Roland Garros.

The Murray/Brown match will be the 2nd one at center court from Wimbledon on Wednesday. It will follow a second-round contest between Johanna Konta and Donna Vekic. Konta represents Britain's best hopes in the women's draw for Wimbledon 2017. In that way she is a counterpart to Murray.

Nadal's match to follow Murray's

Nadal is also on the order of play on day three's center court as he looks to avoid an upset against American Donald Young. Other key players in action will be Kei Nishikori, Venus Williams, and Simona Halep. They will each play matches on court No. 1 on day three. The more peripheral courts will feature Marin Cilic, Lucas Pouille, Victoria Azarenka, Madison Keys, and many others.