Montreal Masters: What time are the Brits in action and how to watch

A double-handed backhand from Cameron Norrie

There was triple success for Great Britain in the Round of 32 at the Montreal Masters as Cameron Norrie, Jack Draper, and Dan Evans secured last 16 places.

All three men will be back in action tonight as they look to advance to the quarter-finals.

Draper and Evans pulled off huge upset wins over top ten players to book their spots on the schedule on Thursday, while British No 1 Cameron Norrie expelled his Dutch counterpart Botic van de Zandschulp.

Evans upstaged Andrey Rublev to set a match against tenth seed and vanquisher of Andy Murray, Taylor Fritz.

Evans vs Fritz is scheduled to start no earlier than 19:50 BST on Court Rogers in Montreal.

Fritz leads the head to head series against Evans but the Brit won the only previous meeting between the two contested on a hard court which was just last week.

On that occassion Fritz retired with Evans holding a 4-1 lead in the decisive set so the British No 2 should know how to beat the American.

Fritz’s power and big serve could leave Evans to feed off scraps but he is nothing if not resilient.

Norrie will play in the featured match of the afternoon session on Centre Court against home hero Felix Auger-Aliassime.

The battle between the sixth and ninth seeds will take centre stage not before 21:20 BST.

Nick Kyrgios takes it up a notch as he downs World No 1 in Montreal

In the evening session, Draper is set for another tough test as he faces 17th seed Gael Monfils.

Draper was sensational in his victory over Andrey Rublev but will face a different challenge in Monfils.

The match is set to get underway no earlier than midnight BST.

Draper has dispatched Hugo Gaston and Tsitsipas in straight sets while Monfils had to survive a first round three-setter against Pedro Martinez before getting through another tricky contest against Maxime Cressy when the Frenchman could only convert one break point.

In another highlight of the day Nick Kyrgios takes on Alex de Minaur in an all-Australian last 16 clash in a match schedule to get underway shortly after 20:00 BST on Centre Court.

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.