This file photo taken on May 21, 2016 shows Spain's Rafael Nadal wearing a bandage on his left wrist as he takes part in a training session ahead of the French tennis Open on May 21, 2016 at Roland Garros stadium in Paris. / AFP / ERIC FEFERBERG
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Andy Murray takes a 5-0 career lead over John Isner into their French Open last-16 clash Sunday as both men seek to set new national landmarks in Paris.Second seed Murray is bidding to move ahead of Fred Perry, who was a five-time quarter-finalist, for the most Roland Garros last-eights reached by a British man with six.Isner, the 15th seed, is aiming to become the first American man to reach the last-eight since Andre Agassi in 2003 .Nishikori is trying to make the last-eight in Paris for the second successive year while Gasquet, the last French player remaining in either the men's or women's singles, has yet to reach the quarter-finals.
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