Andy Murray will go head to head with his coach Ivan Lendl in a charity doubles match in the summer.
British number one Andy Murray will go up against his coach Ivan Lendl in a charity doubles match this summer.
The Scotsman is due to play against his coach, who joined Murray's camp towards the end of 2011, on finals day at the AEGON Championships on June 16.
Murray will be joined alongside former British number one Tim Henman, while Lendl will team up with fellow Czech Tomas Berdych, according to BBC Sport.
Money raised from the match will go towards The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity, working alongside cancer centre The Royal Marsden who are treating British tennis pro Ross Hutchins.
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