Andy Murray is back in action at the French Open on Sunday as he attempts to finally overcome Philipp Kohlschreiber and book a place in the last 16.
The British No 1 was locked at 7-7 in the deciding set of a Roland Garros epic when fading light meant the contest had to be abandoned on Saturday evening.
It is the first time the Wimbledon champion has been extended beyond 6-6 in a non tie-break set in his career and, given he seemed to be the one struggling physically, the break may prove to be no bad thing.
After three hours and 27 minutes of an intense duel the pair were tied at 3-6 6-3 6-4 4-6 7-7, with Murray having fought back from a set down to lead only to make a mess of the fourth with the match seemingly in his grasp.
The clash will resume on Court Suzanne Lenglen, although it will follow the encounter between sixth seeded Tomas Berdych and tenth seed John Isner who get things underway on Sunday.
After Murray and Kohlschreiber have finally settled their ongoing dispute, Croatia's Ajla Tomljanovic - who disposed of third seed Agnieszka Radwanska in the last round - will look to continue her fine run with victory over Carla Suarez Navarro of Spain.
It is then the turn of big-serving Milos Raonic as he takes on Spanish clay-court specialist Marcel Granollers, while the final match of the day promises to be an intriguing clash as a resurgent Sam Stosur takes on the favourite for the women's title, Maria Sharapova.
Big stars on Chatrier
Over on Philippe Chatrier there is another clash held over from Saturday that needs settling, with home favourite Richard Gasquet and Spain's Fernando Verdasco unable to conclude their match on Saturday.
However, unlike the Murray battle, it would only appear to be heading in one direction with Verdasco two sets up and, whilst poised at 2-2 in the third, the Spaniard will be confident of wrapping up a straight sets triumph.
Again, they will be second on with rising Canadian youngster Eugenie Bouchard kicking things off against eighth seeded German Angelique Kerber.
After Gasquet and Verdasco play to a finish, it is Roger Federer's turn to take centre stage as the Swiss master - champion in Paris back in 2009 - goes up against Ernests Gulbis of Latvia.
Gulbis - who best performance at the tournament was a quarter-final appearance as a teenager back in 2008 - heads into the contest in excellent form and full of confidence having won his first clay-court title in Nice last week.
Following the Federer clash, it will be Novak Djokovic's turn to assert his claims for the one grand slam title that has thus far eluded him, although he faces a tough assignment.
The second seeded Serb will find himself up against a partisan home crowd as he goes head-to-head with popular Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga.
The last match of the day sees another local hope in action with France's Pauline Parmentier taking on Garbine Muguruza, the young Spaniard who caused shockwaves by dumping out top seed Serena Williams.