Today in Scottish sport - Sunday

BBC Scotland provides a round-up of the day's Scottish sport

Murray makes solid start in Rio

Andy Murray
Andy Murray won in straight sets

Andy Murray beat Serbia's Viktor Troicki 6-3 6-2 to progress to the second round of the men's singles tennis at the Rio Olympics.

The 29-year-old, who won singles gold and mixed doubles silver for Team GB at London 2012, will return to begin his doubles campaign alongside brother Jamie later on Sunday.

Another Scot, canoeist David Florence, is through to the semi-finals of the C1 slalom event on Tuesday.

Hannah Miley swimming at London 2012
Garioch's Hannah Miley during the London 2012 Olympic Games

On Monday, Hannah Miley is among the Scots competing, the swimmer due to go in the women's 200m individual medley.

Click here for the BBC's Rio 2016 Olympics day-by-day guide

Wall wins Paul Lawrie Match Play

In golf, Englishman Anthony Wall won the Paul Lawrie Match Play to claim his first European Tour title in 16 years.

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Premiership weekend complete

Scott Sinclair and Brendan Rodgers
Scott Sinclair and Brendan Rodgers celebrate Celtic's win

In football, reigning Scottish Premiership champions Celtic opened their title defence by beating Hearts after last season's runners-up Aberdeen drew with St Johnstone.

In the Women's Scottish Cup, there were wins for holders Glasgow City, Celtic and Hibernian Ladies, the latter claiming a 19-0 victory.

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