After Andy Murray's triumph on centre court last night had the people of Scotland on the edge of their seats, another player with Scottish links plays Wimbledon today.

Cameron Norrie, who claims Scottish heritage through his Glaswegian father, will play in his second round match of the tournament this afternoon. 

Here's when he is playing, how to watch and who he faces...

What time is Cameron Norrie's match today? 

Cameron Norrie's second round match is scheduled to start at 1:00pm on court number one. 

How can I watch the match? 

BBC 1 and 2 have extensive coverage of Wimbledon, fronted by Sue Barker. 

You can also access different matches via BBC iPlayer which has live coverage of various courts. 

Who is Cameron Norrie playing? 

The number 29 seed will face Australia's Alex Bolt who is unseeded. 

Norrie came through his first round match against Lucas Pouille in four sets, with play spanning two days due to rain suspension. 

Meanwhile his oppenent, Bolt, won his first round match in straight sets  on Tuesday. 

Why do British players often play court number one?

Court number one has large seating capacity, with 11,400 seats. 

Matches featuring British players often take place on this court to allow spectators to support competitors on their home turf.

The court, which has been refurbished in recent years, has a retractable roof like centre court, meaning play can continue in adverse weather or late into the night.