Tennis: Kyle Edmund pulls out of Battle of the Brits – Scotland v England at P&J Dwell in Aberdeen
Edmund remains to be recovering from knee surgical procedure required to repair an issue which has dogged him since 2018 and saved him out of aggressive motion since October 2020.
It was hoped the 26-year-old can be match sufficient to participate within the Granite Metropolis occasion on December 21 and 22, alongside the likes of Sir Andy Murray, Jamie Murray, Cameron Norrie and Dan Evans, however organisers confirmed he has been compelled to withdraw.
Britain’s third-ranked male tennis participant Kyle Edmund will not participate in Battle of the Brits – Scotland v England at P&J Dwell in Aberdeen.
Edmund has been changed on Workforce England by Jack Draper, the British no.7, and can now goal a return on the Australian Open – the primary Grand Slam occasion of the yr – in January.
The superstar staff captains for Battle of the Brits – Scotland v England have additionally been introduced.
Scotland’s captains shall be soccer legend Ally McCoist and Aberdeen’s Open champion Paul Lawrie, with England helmed by TV presenter Clare Balding and one other former soccer, Chris Sutton.