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Battle of the Brits Premier League of Tennis: Live stream, schedule and location


The Battle of the Brits returns for the third time this year with the Premier League of Tennis – showcasing some of the biggest names in British tennis as they gear up for the start of the 2021 season.

Here’s everything you need to know before the event gets under way.

When is the Battle of the Brits Premier League of Tennis?

The four day event will begin on Sunday 20 December and run through to Wednesday 23 December with a star-studded line-up of matches from start to finish.

Where is the Battle of the Brits Premier League of Tennis being held?

The Brits will take to the stage at the National Tennis Centre in Roehampton, where they will compete behind closed doors on indoor hard courts.

What is the event format for the Battle of the Brits Premier League of Tennis?

The event will feature 16 players (both men and women) playing in a 30-match round-robin league format, that will see each player play at least once across the four days.

The tournament scoring system will be best of three sets, with Match Tiebreaks for deciding sets. The points system will see three points awarded to players who record a win over any player ranked inside the world’s Top 250, two points for a win over a player ranked between 251-600 and one point for winning a set while losing a match. The men’s and women’s players with the most points at the end of the final day will be crowned league champions.

Which players are competing in the Battle of the Brits Premier League of Tennis?

The following British stars are set to take part in the Battle of the Brits Premier League of Tennis:



 Dan Evans (32)

Heather Watson (58)

Cam Norrie (71)

Francesca Jones (241)

Andy Murray (122)

Jodie Burrage (262)

Jay Clarke (187)

Katy Dunne (322)

Liam Broady (188)

Emma Raducanu (345)

James Ward (291)

Eden Silva (489)

Jack Draper (303)

Naomi Broady (515)

Jan Choinski (347)

Alicia Barnett (587)

Anton Matusevich (556)

Beth Grey (627)

Aidan McHugh (560)

Freya Christie (658)

*Mark Whitehouse (610)

*Emily Appleton (678)


*Katie Boulter (365)

What are the key match-ups to look out for?

The standout match on Day One will be British No.1 Dan Evans taking on former World No.1 Andy Murray. The pair last faced each other in the first Battle of the Brits back in June, where Evans recorded a heroic comeback to win 1-6, 6-3, 10-8, before going on to win the title.

Day Two will see rising star Jodie Burrage go head-to-head with Heather Watson for what will be an eagerly anticipated clash in the women’s league. Burrage impressed throughout the summer series of UK events, while Watson comes in as the top seed and looking to build momentum for next year. Elsewhere, Naomi Broady returns to action against Beth Grey.

Tuesday throws up a number of intriguing match-ups, including Cameron Norrie vs Andy Murray and also Watson going up against her Billie Jean King Cup teammate, Emma Raducanu. Eyes will also be on Jay Clarke’s match with 2018 junior Wimbledon runner-up Jack Draper.

On Wednesday Raducanu will return to face Burrage in a rematch of their Battle of the Brits Team Tennis epic, while Evans and Norrie will play against each other for the third domestic event in a row.

See the full schedule here.


When will the first matches of the Battle of the Brits Premier League of Tennis start?

Matches will start from 10:00am GMT across both courts at the National Tennis Centre.

How to watch and live stream the Battle of the Brits Premier League of Tennis

The Battle of the Brits Premier League of Tennis will be streamed exclusively on the LTA’s YouTube and Facebook channels.

You can watch the event live here.

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