By Ros Satar

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LONDON, UK – Fresh from their triumph in Ghent, helping Aegon GB to a tenth Davis Cup title, Andy and Jamie Murray and Kyle Edmund will all be at the Champions Tennis at the Royal Albert Hall.

The draw, made last week will also pit former British No. 1 and World No. 4 Tim Henman alongside another former World No. 4 James Blake, in the evening session with Jamie Murray set to play doubles in the afternoon and evening session on Wednesday.

On Saturday, Andy Murray will help launch the inaugural Tie Break Tens format of quick-fire tennis. Henman, Edmund and World No. 7 David Ferrer are also on the line-up with two more players to make up the field, one qualifying from the Champions Tennis field.

Each of the ten matches at Tie Break Tens will be contested over a first-to-ten-point tie-break with a round robin format of three players. The prize is a cheque for £250,000!

This year, Champions Tennis will feature Aegon Crowd Call – a unique line-calling system where spectators hold up cards which read ‘in’ or ‘out’!


ATP Champions Tour Singles

Group A        Blake, El Aynaoui, Henman

Group B        Gonzalez, Grosjean, Malisse


Wednesday 2nd December

At 1.30pm

Gonzalez v Malisse

Larsson/Leconte v Murray/Wilander

At 7.30pm

Blake v Henman

Grosjean /Murray v El Aynaoui/Pernfors


Thursday 3rd December

At 1.30pm

Grosjean v Gonzalez

Cash/Larsson v El Aynaoui/Leconte

At 7.30pm

McEnroe v Wilander

Bahrami/Malisse v Henman/Pernfors


Friday 4th December

At 1.30pm

Grosjean v Malisse

Bahrami/Larsson v Pernfors/Wilander

Tie Break Tens Qualifier    Blake v Malisse

At 7.30pm

Blake v El Aynaoui

Tie Break Tens Qualifier    El Aynaoui v Gonzalez

Cash/Grosjean v Gonzalez/Leconte


Saturday 5th December

At 1.00pm

El Aynaoui v Henman

Tie Break Tens Qualifier Final

Bahrami/McEnroe v Cash/Pernfors


At 6.00pm

Tie Break Tens – Andy Murray, Tim Henman, David Ferrer, Kyle Edmund, a qualifier and one player TBC



Sunday 6th December

At 11.45am

ATP Champions Tour Final

Bahrami/TBC v Pernfors/TBC

At 4.00 pm

Leconte v McEnroe

Cash/TBC v Larsson/Wilander

*All timings may be subject to change and are dependent on the length of play. The Management reserves the right to alter the order of play at any time.

Champions Tennis at the Royal Albert Hall is the season finale of the ATP Champions Tour, played over five days with two sessions each day in the afternoon and the evening.

Available tickets can be purchased at or by calling the Royal Albert Hall box office on +44 (0) 20 7070 4404. Hospitality packages are available via or by calling +44 (0) 20 8233 5854.

For more information about Champions Tennis at the Royal Albert Hall, go to

For more information about Tie Break Tens, go to


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