Andy Murray and Kyle Edmund will square up when competitive tennis returns later this month in what has been dubbed ‘the battle of the brits”.
The former world number one is making his first appearance in seven months and has been drawn in the “Henman Group” with Edmund, Liam Broady and James Ward.
British number one Dan Evans, Cameron Norrie, Jay Clarke and Jack Draper have been drawn in the “Rusedski Group”.
The tournament – organised by Jamie Murray to raise money for NHS charities will take place behind closed doors at the National Tennis Centre in Roehampton from June 23.
Murray’s last match was at the Davids cup in Madrid last November where the 33-year-old struggled with a bruise on his pelvic bone, and laboured past Tallon Griekspoor of the Netherlands.
Jamie Murray conducted the draw in a socially distanced ceremony involving the players on the courts of the National Tennis Centre.
Each had a nickname – and Andy Murray is “the one hip wonder”.