When is Andy Murray playing at the Tokyo Olympics? UK start time for singles and doubles tennis matches
While Novak Djokovic is the favourite to scoop gold at Tokyo 2020, Team GB's Andy Murray is the defending champion and is competing the singles and doubles format. With all matches the best of three sets, Murray will be hoping any recurring injury problems don't flare up and cause him trouble. Watch every unmissable moment live from Tokyo 2020 across Eurosport, Eurosport app and discovery+
'Great to practise with Andy Murray and hopefully he's back soon' - Djokovic
"In so many ways, right now it’s more important than ever that people around the world get to reconnect to the raw emotion of sport, watch incredible performances and celebrate the achievement of athletes coming from around the world."
While Djokovic is the biggest global name on show in the men's game, Murray will still capture the interest of British tennis fans and here's how you can follow the 34-year-old in action.
Andy Murray is competing in the singles and doubles tournament at Tokyo 2020
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