It was an exciting night as the Top WTA players got together to make their team picks ahead of the Credit Bank One Invitational in Charleston. At the same time, behind closed doors at the National Tennis Centre in Roehampton, Andy Murray played in his first competitive match since last November. 

These are the Top 5 photos for Tuesday. 


The draft selections which were done alphabetically, left Sloane Stephens as team captain Madison Keys's final pick.

"I'm really happy with my team, I know all of these girls have been working hard and we are really excited to get back to competing," Keys said.


Team Captain Bethanie Mattek-Sands was excited with her selections as she chose doubles partner and Australian Open champion Sofia Kenin, Canada's Eugenie Bouchard and UCLA standout Jennifer Brady.

"I think Team Peace has amazing energy we have some awesome players, so I am super excited to get this started," Mattek-Sands said. 


Tennis in the United Kingdom returned on Tuesday with the Battle of the Brits. After losing the first set 6-3 to Jamie Murray and Neal Skupski, Cameron Norrie and Liam Broady managed to squeeze out the second set to push a deciding match tiebreaker. Norrie and Broady snatched the tiebreaker to get the upset, 3-6, 7-5, 11-9. 


It was a big return for Andy Murray as he faced off against Broady. The three-time Grand Slam champion looked fit and healthy, and only got better and better as the match went on. He would finish Broady off with a comfortable 6-2, 6-2 win for his first match since November. 


Battle of the Brits event director Jamie Murray is taking every measure to ensure players stay safe. With four players testing positive for the coronavirus on the Adria Tour, there's been an even bigger focus on safety. 

"There will be a few more eyes on us after what happened to the Adria Tour, but everyone has to be on top of their game when it comes to social distancing," Jamie Murray said. "We don't want anyone to get sick."