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Lexus Glasgow Challenger 2024: Preview, player list, draws & how to watch


Find out who’s playing, where to watch and how to follow the Lexus Glasgow Challenger.

When is the Lexus Glasgow Challenger?

Qualifying for the Lexus Glasgow Challenger will get underway from Sunday 11 February.

The main draw starts on Monday 12 February through to the final on Sunday 18 February.

Where is the Lexus Glasgow Challenger taking place?

The Lexus Glasgow Challenger will take place on the indoor courts at the Scotstoun Leisure Centre in Glasgow. The venue previously hosted the Murray Trophy back in 2019.

The tournament, which is classified as an ATP Challenger Tour 50 event, is part of the LTA’s Performance Competitions Calendar which provides more opportunities for British players to earn world rankings points on home soil.

How to watch the Lexus Glasgow Challenger

You can watch live coverage of the Lexus Glasgow Challenger across our website and via our YouTube channel.

Lexus Glasgow Challenger draws & live scores

Details on the draws and live scoring for the Lexus Glasgow Challenger will be available soon.


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Which British players are competing at the Lexus Glasgow Challenger?


Charles Broom and Aidan McHugh come in as the top-ranked British players competing in Glasgow.

Broom made great progress at the end of last season – regularly winning matches on the ATP Challenger Tour level. He also won his career-best title at the M25 Saint-Augustin in October.

23-year-old McHugh had past success in his hometown, winning the M25 Glasgow in 2022. Last year he lifted two ITF 25k singles trophies and reached the quarter-final at the Knoxville Challenger late in the season.

Alastair Gray also features in the line-up in Glasgow. The 25-year-old reached a career-high of world No.237 and claimed his first Grand Slam win in 2022 before spending a long spell out of the game with injury.

Former world No.14 Kyle Edmund has a main draw wild card following two singles titles at 25k events in Loughborough and Sunderland this year. He’s joined by Wimbledon boys’ singles champion Henry Searle and fellow Brit Hamish Stewart, who clinched his first Challenger wins this week.

Anton Matusevich, Dan Cox, Giles Hussey and Harry Wendelken all look set to for the qualifying draws starting on Sunday.

Also looking to join the main draw in Glasgow will be young starlets Patrick Brady, Charlie Robertson and Ben Gusic-Wan, who have all received wild cards into the qualification rounds.

Who are the top seeds at the Lexus Glasgow Challenger?

  1. Joris De Loore (BEL, world No.185)
  2. Calvin Hemery (FRA, world No.189)
  3. Francesco Passaro (ITA, world No.194)
  4. Francesco Maestrelli (ITA, world No.220)
  5. Dimitar Kuzmanov (BUL, world No.234)
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