The Battle of the Brits is set to begin on Tuesday June 23 running through till Sunday June 28 with some of the best of British in action including Andy Murray, Kyle Edmund and Dan Evans.

Murray and Edmund will both be in the same group; for the former, it will mark a return to action after injury curtailed his brilliant comeback which saw him of course win in Antwerp towards the back end of 2019. The former British Number Ones though will duke it out in one of the ties of the opening round.

Evans is the current British Number One and is one of the players similar to Andrey Rublev and Stefanos Tsitsipas; who had an excellent start to the year but had his ambitions halted by Coronavirus.

Now up to World Number 28 and having made his own comeback after a failed drug test and subsequent ban; he will be firmly among the favorites for the title. He will be joined in his group by the British Number Two, Cameron Norrie; in another intriguing tie.

There will also be doubles action with all but Andy Murray taking part out of the line-up; his brother Jamie though will be the main attraction teaming with Neal Skupski as he begins the tournament against Liam Broady and Cam Norrie on Tuesday.

How to watch (stream) the Battle of the Brits in the UK and abroad:

You can watch all the action streamed in the UK and Ireland on Amazon Prime Video, a subscription service which shows more than 80 tournaments from the ATP and WTA Tours including the US Open.

Tied to the Amazon Prime service, subscribers can access this stream as a result. In other countries, it will be shown live on Eurosport and on the Tennis Channel in the US meaning worldwide coverage.


Author: Samuel Gill