Andy Murray reappears at the Battle of the British

Scottish Andy Murray returned to compete nine months after their last meeting, and did so with victory against the British Liam Broady, by a double 6-2 ..The meeting was framed within the exhibition called The battle of the British, in which the best tennis players in the Kingdom participate United.

This initiative promoted by Andy's brother, Jamie, started with three games this Tuesday. Kyle Edmund, world number 44, defeated in the first game of the day James Ward (n.273), 6-1 and 6-4. You followed by Dan Evans (n.28) who got rid of Jay Clarke without problems (n.166) by 6-3 and 6-1.

The tennis day was closed by Murray (n.129) taking the lead to Broady (n.211), in a meeting that lasted an hour and 32 minutes. Murray has not competed since the last Davis Cup Finals in Madrid, when he participated in the match against the Netherlands. Both will face Edmund this Wednesday.