Montreal Masters: How to watch Nick Kyrgios, Jack Draper and Dan Evans in action

Jack Draper delighted

The Montreal Masters have reached the quarterfinal stage and there are still two British talents flying the flag in Quebec while Nick Kyrgios looks like the tournament favourite.

Action on Centre Court gets underway when Nick Kyrgios faces Hubert Hurkacz from 17:00 BST.

Kyrgios and Hurkacz have met just once with the Pole winning a three-setter in Halle courtesy of second and third set tiebreakers.

The contest will be power against power in a change that Kyrgios might well relish after seeing off World No 1 Daniil Medvedev before blowing away compatriot Alex de Minaur.

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Kyrgios is now out to 30-7 in ATP Tour matches this year against the 33-13 record of Hurkacz.

In the second quarter-final, Casper Ruud will go up against home favourite Felix Auger-Aliassime from 19:00 BST.

This will be the third Masters meeting between the two players who have split the previous two encounters.

Auger-Aliassime won the only previous meeting between the two on a hard court in Miami in 2019.

The Canadian snuffed out one British hope in the Round of 16, but two remain, and they could set up an all-British semi-final.

Dan Evans faces American Tommy Paul looking to go one better than in Washington last week where he was knocked out in the last eight.

Evans has been around the block a few times, but this will be his first meeting with Paul with the match scheduled to get underway just after 23:30 BST.

Paul has had the better year, but Evans has looked good in recent tournaments.

Jack Draper will have to get past Pablo Carreno Busta to reach the last four for the second time in his ATP Tour career.

Draper progressed to the quarter-final after Gael Monfils was forced to retire with a freak injury.

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Carreno Busta has defeated ATP Tour titlists Jannik Sinner and Matteo Berrettini on his way to the last eight and will pose a big test to the purple patch of Draper.

Draper’s quarter-final will start no earlier than 00:50 BST.

How to watch the Montreal Masters

The National Bank Open (Montreal Masters) will be broadcast live in the United Kingdom through the Amazon Prime over the top streaming service.

Viewers in the United States can stream the event on the Tennis Channel while TSN, Sportsnet and TVA Sports are the Canadian broadcast partners.

Fans in Australia can watch through ATP Tour partner Bein Sports.