Live scores and updates, Kyle Edmund and Dan Evans on court

It’s day three of the Rumble in Roehampton or as it’s officially known, the Schroader’s Battle of the Brits with things moving towards the business enterprise end of the week. 
As with each and every time he plays on these shores Andy Murray has been the focus of the past few days. The former world No.1 arrived to the tournament having perhaps not played since last November and with doubts over where is game was. Most of the doubts, it has to be said, originated in him. The Scot talked his chances down, saying he would be shocked if he caused it to be out of the group. 
Well, that’s only exactly what the two-time champion went and  did, having beaten Liam Broady in his first match, narrowly lost to Kyle Edmund in his second, and then yesterday beating James Ward within an arduous, energy-sapping two-set encounter. 
Not only has Murray amazed himself, he’s also been pleased with how he’s both felt and played. 
“I think I did pretty well,” Murray said after his defeat to Edmund on Wednesday. “Much a lot better than [against Liam Broady], with how I hit the ball from the back of the court. It could have been nice to come through it, but to be honest, at this time I’m perhaps not bothered so much in regards to the ­results. 
“I know if my hip’s good my tennis will get better over the next months. If I sharpen up, I’ll be playing at a high level.”
Murray gets an escape today in front of tomorrow’s semi-final against Dan Evans and he said he would want it, such has been the toil on his body.