Lexus Surbiton Trophy 2023: Preview, player list, draws and how to watch
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Kicking off this year’s grass-court season, the Lexus Surbiton Trophy returns to the ATP Challenger and women’s ITF tours at Surbiton Lawn Tennis Club.
A popular tournament that plays host to some of the best up-and-coming players in tennis - the Lexus Surbiton Trophy is the perfect start to what will be an exciting summer on the grass.
Find out everything you need to know about the 2023 Lexus Surbiton Trophy.
When is the Lexus Surbiton Trophy 2023?
Qualifiers for the Lexus Surbiton Trophy will take place on Sunday 4 June, with the main draw action getting underway from Monday 5 June to Sunday 11 June.
How to watch the Lexus Surbiton Trophy?
You can watch this year's Lexus Surbiton Trophy exclusively on BBC digital channels and our website.
Which British players will be competing in the Lexus Surbiton Trophy 2023?
After receiving wild cards to this year’s Lexus Surbiton Trophy, Dan Evans will enter the tournament as the top seed in a very competitive men's drawn and will be joined by former two-time Wimbledon singles champion Andy Murray.
Meanwhile, Liam Broady steps into the main draw line-up.
Unfortunately, 21-year-old Jack Draper has had to withdraw from this year's event in Surbiton after sustaining an injury in the first round at Roland Garros.
Meanwhile, the W100 main draw will feature British No.2 Jodie Burrage.
A semi-finalist at last year’s Lexus Surbiton Trophy – Burrage will be hoping to continue her fine form at this year’s tournament and will be eager to kick-start her summer on the grass with a victory.
The Brit has already picked up the biggest title of her career so far this year at the W60 Croissy-Beaubourg and will be hunting down a second title of the year with a home crowd behind her.
Who else is playing at the Lexus Surbiton Trophy 2023?
Sweden’s Mikael Ymer (world No.58) comes into the tournament as the highest ranked player on the entry list while Mackenzie McDonald (World No.55) follows closely behind.
Jason Kubler (world No.58), Constant Lestienne (world No.70), Alexei Popyrin (world No.77) and reigning champion Jordan Thompson (world No.80) all feature in an exciting line-up of ATP stars heading to Surbiton next week.
On the women’s side, Germany;s Tatjana Maria (world No.67) tops the ranking list, followed by Alison Riske (world No.85) and Madison Brengle (world No.95)
Who are the Lexus Surbiton Trophy reigning champions?
Men’s singles – Jordan Thompson (AUS)
Women’s singles – Alison Van Uytvanck (BEL)
Women’s doubles – Ingrid Neel (USA) and Rosalie Van der Hoek (NED)
When is the Lexus Surbiton Trophy draw?
The draw and order of play for the 2023 Lexus Surbiton Trophy will be released soon. Keep an eye out for updates below: