All-star cast featuring Andy Murray and Johanna Konta set for Battle of the Brits Team Tennis event
Great Britain’s top male and female tennis players, including Dan Evans, Andy Murray and Johanna Konta, have been confirmed for the Battle of the Brits Team Tennis tournament.
The mixed team event will see The Union Jacks take on Team British Bulldogs at the National Tennis Centre in Roehampton.
British No 1 Evans and three-time Grand Slam winner Murray headline Team Union Jacks with world No 50 Heather Watson the top-ranked female player in the 13-player squad.
Jamie Murray, who organised the event, also features in Team Union Jacks, which will be captained by British tennis greats Judy Murray and Greg Rusedski.
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As for Team British Bulldogs, WTA No 14 Konta is the headline act with Kyle Edmund and Cameron Norrie.
Davis Cup captain Leon Smith and Fed Cup captain Anne Keothavong will take charge of Team British Bulldogs.
Team Union Jacks:
Dan Evans, Andy Murray, Jan Choinski, Ryan Peniston, Anton Matusevich, Jamie Murray, Lloyd Glasspool, Heather Watson, Katie Boulter, Jodie Burrage, Naomi Broady, Alicia Barnett, Olivia Nicholls
Team British Bulldogs:
Kyle Edmund, Cameron Norrie, Liam Broady, Aidan McHugh, Alastair Gray, Joe Salisbury, Dom Inglot, Johanna Konta, Harriet Dart, Emma Raducanu, Maia Lumsden, Eden Silva, Beth Grey
The tournament starts on 27 July at the National Tennis Centre in south-west London.
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