Live scores and updates, Andy Murray up against Kyle Edmund this afternoon

Welcome to day two of Schroders Battle Of The Brits or as I’m calling it the Rumble In Roehampton (I’m going to be calling it that all week, so get used to it…). For many, this week is a chance to see how Andy Murray is doing on what is an unexpected comeback tour at the National Tennis Centre in south west London. 
He would usually be hogging the limelight at Wimbledon this time of year, but with Covid-19 having dealt an ace to the tennis calendar Britain’s favourite racquet star (apologies to the rest of the Brits playing this week, but you know it’s true…) is facing the best of his fellow countryman instead of Federer and Co. 
Today he is up against Kyle Edmund in what should prove to be a tougher match than yesterday’s 6-2, 6-2 stroll against Liam Broady. 
During that match he moved better and better as it progressed and there was the occasional flash of brilliance – one shot in particular rolled back the years and reminded everyone watching on TV (for obvious reasons there are no spectators allowed at the NTC) of the excellence (or some would say on-court barefaced cheek) he is capable of. During the second set while running at full stretch he flicked a half-volley retrieval shot away for an acutely angled backhand winner. As our Simon Briggs wrote “it was a flashback to the days when his ingenuity and touch used to make him a favourite among tennis purists. He can conjure impossible shots out of the most unpromising positions.”