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Dan Evans defeated Andy Murray as England defeated Scotland 8-4 to win the Battle of the Brits.
After England teammates Neal Skupski and Paul Jubb had earlier defeated Jamie Murray and Jonny O'Mara 6-4 5-7 10-6 in the previous doubles match, British number two Evans defeated the three-time Grand Slam champion 6-4 3-6 10-8.
Evans' victory in Aberdeen put England in a 5-1 lead and within one win of capturing the exhibition title before Paul Jubb stepped up and defeated Scotland's Aidan McHugh 6-2, 6-2.
The Murray brothers then defeated Evans and Skupski 6-3 6-4 in the tournament's championship match, which might have been the last chance for Scottish fans to see them play together.
Since we're getting older and you never know what's coming up, Andy Murray said, "I certainly hope it's not the case, but we need to treat these moments as though we might not get the opportunity again.".
"I'm very proud of Jamie for the event he put on. It was amazing the entire two days.
"The way every player showed up, competed admirably, and went after it meant a lot to both of us. ".
The first Battle of the Brits was organized by Jamie Murray, and it was played without spectators during the Covid-19 lockdown, when the regular tennis tours had been suspended.
Due to an increase in coronavirus cases at the time, the 2021 edition was canceled.
Four men's singles matches and two men's doubles matches were played at Aberdeen's PandJ Arena over the course of the tournament's two days.
After Jack Draper's defeat by Andy Murray and Evans' victory in the opening rubber for England against McHugh, who was ranked 373rd, the match on Wednesday had ended in a tie, 1-1.
In the Thursday rubbers, victories earned two points in the afternoon session and three in the evening session, which began with Jubb's singles victory.