French Open Day 4Updated 1815 GMT (0215 HKT) May 25, 2016 Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. Photos: French Open Day 4It was a bittersweet day for Andy Murray. He ended up winning but played a fifth set for the second straight day. Hide Caption 1 of 5 Photos: French Open Day 4Murray had a tougher than expected time against the world No. 164, Mathias Bourgue. Hide Caption 2 of 5 Photos: French Open Day 4The French wildcard sizzled in the second and third sets playing in the first grand slam main draw of his career. Hide Caption 3 of 5 Photos: French Open Day 4That left Murray frustrated, before he rallied. Hide Caption 4 of 5 Photos: French Open Day 4On Tuesday, Murray completed a five-set win over Radek Stepanek in the first round. Hide Caption 5 of 5Andy Murray needed to go five sets again to win at the French Open, edging a little known French wildcard. More from Sport - TennisAustralian Open 2017: 'My dad is Robert De Niro 100%,' jokes Alison RiskeAustralian Open: 'Hope you die slowly'-- Tennis stars trolledAustralian Open: Roger Federer hits 46 winners in slam comebackAustralian Open 2017: Safarova saves a record-matching nine match points Australian Open 2017: Alex Bolt back on court after taste of 'real world'