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Andy Murray was just pleased to be Mr. Reliable and swerve a first-round banana skin at the French Open Tuesday as he avoided the fate suffered by two other reigning grand slam champions.Murray, who was seeded to meet Wawrinka in the quarterfinals, now looks to have a relatively enticing draw before a likely semifinal against eight-time champion Rafa Nadal, although he was looking no further ahead than a second round against Tour funny man Marinko Matosevic.With a semifinal and two quarterfinal runs at Roland Garros to his name, it will take a good player to beat Murray here, although he knows he will not be able to afford the kind of lapse he suffered in the third set against Golubev.David Ferrer, runner-up last year to eight-time champion Nadal and local favorite Richard Gasquet, reached the second round, while seeds Tommy Haas and Nicolas Almagro were forced to withdraw injured.
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