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So, Andy Murray remains on course for back-to-back wins at Queen's - and to be the first man to win the title five times.
But he'll need to go through South African-born Brit Kyle Edmund in the quarter-finals - join us for that tomorrow, but in the meantime enjoy the rest of the day's action, with Milos Raonic, who now has John McEnroe in his corner, taking on Jiri Vesely.
Aljaz Bedene on BBC Two: "I started pretty well but congrats to Andy - it's always a pleasure playing someone like him. Losing in two sets is never great but I hope I showed myself in a good light but I'm happy with my performance. It felt like home playing in front of a home crowd here at Queens for the first time."
British number one Johanna Konta is on court for her first-round match of the Aegon Classic. She's up against Japan's Misaki Doi and could play her second-round match today should she get through.
British number one Andy Murray on BBC Two: "I thought it was not bad. A very different opponent from the first round. Aljaz plays most of the time from the back. I'm still getting used to the conditions a bit but I played well.
"The British thing had no bearing on it. It's good the British players are doing well and I'm happy there are more Brits at the bigger events. I had a feeling I would play one here.
"Kyle Edmund is improving all the time - it's not one massive leap but every year he gets a bit better and he's going in the right direction. Hopefully this year he can finish higher than he did last year."
Not vintage Andy Murray there - Aljaz Bedene was gritty and he gets recognition from the crowd.
Murray gets an even warmer applause and he'll now have an all-British quarter-final against Kyle Edmund,
A slight wobble as Murray double faults for 15-15.
And Bedene hits a sugary sweet forehand pass to claw back to 30-30.
But an overhead volley and a Bedene return into the net wrap up the match for the British number one.
Credit to Bedene, who has been extremely competitive. He makes sure Murray has to serve his way to the win with a solid hold, finished off as Murray puts a backhand into the net.
The end is nigh you feel.
Murray uses a quick and bouncy second serve to force Bedene into an error.
And what's this? Murray channeling the spirit of Tim Henman with a serve and volley (Tim is very much alive, by the way).
One game from the match.
Joel: Grass still looks pretty slippy. Hope no-one pulls their hamster-ing
I pulled my hamster-ing once. Was out for six weeks.
Another game going to the wire.
Murray earns a break point with a sizzling return and snatches the game by stepping in and flouncing a forehand winner.
Stardust Years: Star rabbit, Budleigh, loved watching MOTD but I think our current one, Poochy prefers tennis! Is she really a hamster?
Woody Harrison: I'd rather watch hamsters than football!
Sharon Coates: Hamster. Obviously.
if you know, you know...
Bedene shows he has got guns with a backhand that zips past Murray for 15-15. Murray's serve puts him 30-15 up and then he rims one in to the stands - good to know that can happen to the world number two.
Backhand volley at the net gives Murray 40-30 but Bedene takes it to deuce with a lovely little drop shot.
Ah - a pity, as Bedene miscues a forehand, just when he was looking really impressive. A return goes long and Murray edges to the hold.
Some of the kids won't get this...
BBC commentator live on BBC Two
"You get the sense that Murray has had his one little blip."
Murray looks like he's suddenly made of Play-Doh. All wobbly as he drives into the net.
An overhead volley has firmness about it though and he goes up 15-30, only to put a return into the net.
Bedene is worked back and forth and scurries out wide before going long - break point. Rescued by a lovely crosscourt backhand that Murray returns but Bedene pops over at the net and finally holds.
Meanwhile, dark clouds loom over Queen's Club...
Urgh. A return into the net from Murray is ugly and parity is restored.
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Murray rocks into a 30-0 lead, but spoons a forehand long.
Bedene sends him back and forth across the baseline and then steps in to finish off the rally at the net for 30-30.
Murray gets sloppy - backhand into the net and it's break point.
Lizzie P: According to wiktionary it's a horde of hamsters
Change it to a wheel of hamsters please Lizzie. Cheers.