"It was not an easy match, especially playing a French player at home," said Muguruza after beating Georges, who is ranked outside the Top 200.
Andy Murray knows he's a lucky man to still be in the French Open.
MIKE DICKSON: Andy Murray was playing inside a packed, sometimes frenzied stadium but there were times when you felt like sending out a search party for him.
The rain that came at the beginning of the week at Roland Garros has resulted in a host of scheduling difficulties, with first-round matches only completed at 2pm. By that time some players
"You can't play too many matches like this if you want to go far in this tournament," said Murray, who may have already done himself in after more than seven hours on court in two matches.
Andy Murray survived a five-set marathon for the second straight round as seeded players dominated the proceedings Wednesday at the 2015 French Open. Fellow top-five seeds Stan Wawrinka and Kei Nishikori advanced with far less drama. On...Show More Summary
Second seed Andy Murray was pushed to the limit again on Wednesday, as he needed five sets to overcome a determined Mathias Bourgue in Round 2 at the French Open. The Scot was down in sets by 2-1 at one point in the contest, as his opponent capitalised on frailties that were on show in Murray’s last match with Radek Stepanek. Show More Summary
After narrowly escaping with a five-set victory in the first round of the French Open, No. 2-seeded Andy Murray pulled off another Houdini act in the second round on Wednesday by defeating Mathias Bourgue 6-2, 2-6, 4-6, 6-2, 6-3. Murray's...Show More Summary
MIKE DICKSON AT ROLAND GARROS: Murray suffered a dramatic collapse in form to let the Frenchman back into the match before winning 6-2, 2-6, 4-6, 6-2, 6-3 in over three and a half hours.
After some big upsets in both draws in Round 1, it's clear we can't overlook any matchups at the French Open. Angelique Kerber and Victoria Azarenka were the big losers on Day 3, but there were plenty of more vulnerable stars on Day 4 with nine of the top 10 seeds in action between the men's and women's draws. Show More Summary
Edmund had done very well to come through a physical contest with Georgian qualifier Nikoloz Basilashvili in the first round, but this was a big step up in class against the American.
Andy Murray will hope for less drama on and off the court at the French Open on Wednesday. The world No 2 will play for the third day in a row when he takes on French wild card Mathias Bourgue.
Americans in Paris? French Open 2016 has quickly thinned out ATP and WTA tennis pros like unwanted tourists. The survivors will have a tough time reaching the second week, especially on the men’s tour where only three of 10 players won...Show More Summary
Serena Williams leads a lonely, rival-less life atop the WTA Tour. She took up residence at No. 1 more than three years ago. Many players insist they wish to reside there too. Yet, for one reason or another, they never arrive. Williams has been playing professional tennis for 20 years. Show More Summary
"Second and third sets were really good," said Djokovic, who will next face Steve Darcis. "I thought I found my rhythm. First set was up and down. But I'll take the positives out of it, and I'm hoping I can progress as the tournament goes on."
Maria Sharapova may well be missing out on the red clay courts of Roland Garros this week but she hasn't allowed that to stop her promoting her confectionery business Sugarpova in Chicago.
MIKE DICKSON AT ROLAND GARROS: Andy Murray described beating a 37-year-old qualifier as potentially one of the most important wins of his career.
MIKE DICKSON AT ROLAND GARROS: Jo Konta says she put her stunning Australian Open performance behind her as soon as she stepped on the plane to fly away from the country of her birth.
Serena Williams made a blistering start to the defence of her French Open title and saw potential rivals Victoria Azarenka and Angelique Kerber fall at the first hurdle.
PARIS MATCH POINTS: Eugenie Bouchard, a 6-2, 6-2 winner over Germany's Laura Siegemund on Tuesday, says she has beaten an eating disorder brought on by 'a lot of nerves'.