Lexus Surbiton Trophy 2023: How to watch Andy Murray and Katie Swan in the Surbiton finals
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There will be two Brits competing in this year’s Lexus Surbiton Trophy singles finals on Sunday 11 June.
In the men’s final, former world No.1 and three-time Grand Slam champion Andy Murray will face Jurij Rodionov.
Meanwhile, the women’s final will see Katie Swan bidding for the biggest title of her career against Yanina Wickmayer.
Here’s everything you need to know about finals day at the Lexus Surbiton Trophy.
When is the Lexus Surbiton Trophy final?
Both singles finals at the Lexus Surbiton Trophy will take place on Sunday 11 June at 11:00. The women’s final will open the action on Centre Court, followed by the men’s.
How to watch the Lexus Surbiton Trophy final
You can watch live coverage of the Lexus Surbiton Trophy on BBC digital channels and on our YouTube and website.
Men’s final preview: Andy Murray vs Jurij Rodionov
Murray will be looking to win his first title on grass since his Wimbledon triumph in 2016.
The former world No.1 and three-time Grand Slam champion has been in brilliant form this week – securing wins over Hyeon Chung Yunchaokete Bu, Jason Kubler and reigning champion, Jordan Thompson.
He'll face Austria's Rodionov, who beat Zizou Bergs 6-2, 6-4 in the other semi-final.
The world No.134 hasn't dropped a set all week - defeating Chris Eubanks and Gabriel Diallo along the way.
Women’s final: Katie Swan vs Yanina Wickmayer
Set to compete in her first W100 final – Swan is bidding to become the second Brit to win the Lexus Surbiton Trophy after Louise Latimer in 2000.
Swan comes into the final bidding for the biggest title of her career, having claimed two W60 trophies in Trnava and Lexington last year.
The 24-year-old Brit eased to the quarter-finals without dropping a set, before knocking out top seed Maria Tatjana 3-6, 6-3, 6-4. Facing off against fellow Brit Lily Miyazaki, she reached yet another level, taking the match 6-1, 6-0 in just over an hour.
Swan will now face Belgium's Yanina Wickmayer, who has knocked out sixth seed Elizabeth Mandlik and eighth seed Katie Boulter en route to the final.
Former world No.12 Wickmayer has already won two ITF events this year, including the W100 Trnava. This will be the first time that Swan and Wickmayer have met.