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Lexus British Tour Masters 2023: Draw, preview & how to watch


Draws, formats, players lists and live streams – here’s everything you need to know about the Lexus British Tour Masters 2023.

Part of our Performance Competition Calendar to increase competitive opportunities for British players in 2023, the British Tour Masters is one of the highest level of domestic-level events in this country.

Players compete in British Tour events throughout the year – with champions from British Tour Premier Tier events, the top players on the British Tour leaderboard and one wild card making up a field of the top eight men’s and women’s players.

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When is the Lexus British Tour Masters 2023?

The Lexus British Tour Masters gets underway on Thursday 14 to Sunday 16 December.

The tournament will be hosted at Loughborough University on its 10 world-class indoor acrylic courts used throughout the year for top level professional and wheelchair events.

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What is the format of the Lexus British Tour Masters?

Both the women’s and men’s draws are made up of eight players that are divided into two groups to compete in a round-robin format.

Once everyone in the groups have played each other, the top two players from each group will progress to the semi-finals, followed by the final.

Lexus British Tour Masters 2023 draws

Check out the women’s and men’s draws for the Lexus British Tour Masters.

Draws & results

Who is playing in the Lexus British Tour Masters 2023?

The women’s draw is led by Ranah Stoiber – who reached a junior career-high ranking earlier this year at world No.11. Stoiber made the junior Australian Open semi-finals and Wimbledon quarter-finals this in 2023 and has also made two pro-level ITF finals in Monastir.

She’ll be joined by 16-year-old Ciara Moore – winner of four Lexus British Tour titles this year, including the Premier event in West Worthing – as well as Teodora Prisadnikova and Francesca Simpson.

Two-time former champion Sean Hodkin returns to try and complete his Lexus British Tour Masters hat-trick, having previously lifted the title in 2017 and 2019.

Marcus Walters and Phoenix Weir have both won three Lexus British Tour titles each in the last 12 months and look set to compete for their first Masters crown in Loughborough.

Full player list:

Women’s players

Men’s players

Ranah Stoiber

Marcus Walters

Ciara Moore

Sean Hodkin

Teodora Prisadnikova

Phoenix Weir

Francesca Simpson

Oscar Wai

Amelie Brooks

Patrick Foley

Allegra Korpanec Davies

Ben Johnson

Ellie Blackford

Mason Dace

Isabella Walker

Ilias Hirani Worthington

Lexus British Tour Masters past champions

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