• Andy Murray heads up his brother Jamie’s Battle of the Brits Tournament
  • Other events include the LTA British Tour (Women & Men) and the Progress Tour Championships (Women)
LONDON, UK – British Elite Tennis is on its way back after Schroder’s Battle of the Brits draw sees Andy and Jamie Murray back in action.

 

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Schroder’s Battle of the Brits

On Friday the draw was made for the Battle of the Brits featuring top British male players.

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Group Tim Henman

Group Greg Rusedski

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Group Paul Hutchins

Group Cathie Sabin

The tournament will take place at the LTA’s National Tennis Centre in Roehampton from 23-28 June and will be played in a round robin format with the winners and runners-up from the groups advancing to semi-finals and finals across both formats.

READ MORE | Tennis | Andy & Jamie Murray head up star-studded Battle of the Brits charity exhibition as tennis returns to TV

 

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Progress Tour Women’s Championships

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British No. 3 Harriet Dart will head up another chance for Britain’s top women to compete, following the announcement of a new £30,000 Progress Tour Women’s Championship, due to be held at the NTC between 14-18 July.

Dart, together with Naomi Broady, Samantha Murray, Jodie Burrage and Emma Raducanu are already signed up with more players due to join the singles and doubles line-up.

Dart said, in the LTA’s announcement: “I’m so excited to compete again. It’s great that the Progress Tour Women’s Championships is giving the British women a chance to play matches and restart our careers in a way which is going to be safe for us and everyone involved.”

Both events will run alongside a number of further domestic events during July

READ MORE | Tennis | LTA reveals domestic British Tour plans as part of return to Tennis

Elite Tennis returns with the Battle of the Brits, which takes place between 23-28 June.

 

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