Battle of the Brit’s draw ahead of 23rd of June kick-off!

As exhibition events begin to pick up speed around the world following no action on the ATP or WTA tour on the 23rd of June until the 29th Jamie Murray is bringing ‘The Battle of the Brits’ to our screens.

The Battle of the Brit’s is a behind closed door event of singles and doubles but will be streamed live on Amazon Prime.

On Friday afternoon Jamie Murray was accompanied by all players to produce the draw


Tim Henman Group – James Ward, Liam Broady, Andy Murray & Kyle Edmund

Greg Rusedski Group – Jack Draper, Jay Clarke, Cam Norrie & Dan Evans


Paul Hutchins Group – Liam Broady & Cam Norrie, Dan Evans & Lloyd Glasspool & Jamie Murray & Neal Skupski

Cathie Sabin Group – Kyle Edmund & Jack Draper, Dom Inglot & Jay Clarke & Joe Salisbury & Jonny O’Mara

Make sure you do follow @BattleOfTheBrit on Twitter for all the latest news.

The scoring format hasn’t been announced yet but it will be a round robin into a semi-final and final format.

The aim of the event is to bring live tennis and opportunities for players but the event is also pledging to raise over £100,000 for the NHS Charities Together.

Viewers in Britain can watch it live and on demand on Amazon Prime.

It is a chance to see Andy Murray back on the court for the first time in over 7 months since he played in the Davis Cup Finals.

For those asking if there is a women’s tournament there is a joint event taking place next month with a lot of prize money on offer. It is understood it is only available to watch via registering on a betting website but more info on who is playing and that soon!

23rd of June, set the dates!

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