Andy Murray on Day Two of the Schroders Battle of the Brits in London, UK
Andy Murray on Day Two of the Schroders Battle of the Brits in London, UK | (Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images for Battle Of The Brits)

Tennis | Schroders Battle of the Brits | Day 3 Schedule & Preview & How to Watch

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LONDON, UK – Make or break for Andy Murray or James Ward as a spot in the semi-finals beckon on Day 3 of the Battle of the Brits.


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What is Schroders Battle of the Brits?

Organised by Jamie Murray, the exhibition tournament in collaboration with Schroders and Amazon Prime Video will feature Britain’s top-ranked male players.

The tournament aims to raise a minimum of £100,000 for NHS Charities Together.


Who is playing?

Group Tim Henman (Singles) Group Paul Hutchins (Doubles)
James Ward Liam Broady & Cameron Norrie
Liam Broady Dan Evans & Lloyd Glasspool
Andy Murray Jamie Murray & Neal Skupski
Kyle Edmund  
Group Greg Rusedski (Singles) Group Cathie Sabin (Doubles)
Ryan Peniston Kyle Edmund & James Ward
Paul Jubb Dominic Inglot & Ryan Peniston
Cameron Norrie Joe Salisbury & Jonny O’Mara
Dan Evans  


READ MORE | Tennis | Schroders Battle of the Brits | Edmund moved to the semis as he beat confident Murray


Day 3 Schedule starting at 13:00 BST

Match One Match Two Match Three Match Four Match Five
Salisbury & O’Mara v Edmund & Ward Paul Jubb v Ryan Penistan


Dan Evans v Cameron Norrie Andy Murray v James Ward J Murray & Skupski v Evans & Glasspool


Match One – Joe Salisbury & Jonny O’Mara v Kyle Edmund & James Ward

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It’s the double specialists versus the ‘fear-hands’ after Salisbury and O’Mara ended Inglot & Peniston’s hopes of making the semi-finals. Edmund has looked solid in his matches so far, and Ward turned in an impressive first win in the singles on Day 2, so this is not a foregone conclusion for the current doubles favourites, by any stretch of the imagination.


Match Two – Paul Jubb v Ryan Peniston | First meeting

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It is another battle of the colleges as Jubb is drafted in for an injured Jay Clarke, who had to withdraw from the tournament with a nasty knee injury. Jubb won the singles title at the 2019 NCAA Division I Men’s Tennis Championship as a member of the South Carolina Gamecocks, and made his Grand Slam main draw debut at Wimbledon that same year after receiving a wildcard for the singles main draw, together with his ATP World Tour debut at Eastbourne.

Peniston impressed with his performance against Norrie, also an advocate of the US Collegiate system, and we could be in for an entertaining encounter by Britain’s future stars.

Prediction: Peniston in three sets


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Match Three – Dan Evans v Cameron Norrie | Evans leads H2H 1-0 (Challenger)

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The British No. 1 was in solid form in his opener, adapting to the surroundings and the match-play quickly for a comfortable win. It has been a while since the pair met and with Evans now certainly coping a little easier with the Top Brit mantle he starts as the favourite.

Norrie had quite a test at the hands of Peniston and Evans can play a similar hustling style of play, and has a lot of variety in his tool kit. Norrie will be prepared for another potentially long one.

Prediction: Evans in three sets.


Match Four – Andy Murray v James Ward

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Surprisingly Murray and Ward have never met on the tour, and of course have been Davis Cup team-mates so there is very little about each other’s games they will not know. Murray saw some improvement in his game despite losing to Edmund, and feels confident that if his hip feels good, then his tennis will improve.

Ward looked very much more settled in his victory over Broady, and the fast and humid conditions at the NTC lend themselves to Ward’s powerful game. Murray was able to take his chances by taking on Edmund’s forehand, and he will have to do much the same against Ward.

This is a winner-takes-all match for a spot in the semi-finals.

Prediction: Murray in three sets.


Match Five – Jamie Murray & Neal Skupski v Dan Evans and Lloyd Glasspool

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After their shock defeat to Norrie and Broady, Murray and Skupski have a must-win match against the self-styled ‘Peaky Blinders’ Evans and Glasspool who beat Norrie and Broady in perhaps the most entertaining match so far.

Given the amount of banter in the Group WhatsApp, and a little history of needle between Evans and his views on doubles players, there might be just a little more intensity to this match.

Play starts at 1pm (BST).


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