PAUL JUBB came on top in both the singles and the doubles at the Schroders Battle of The Brits.

The York-born star combined with former world number one doubles player Neal Skupski to overcome Scotland pair Jamie Murray and Jonny O'Mara in an epic three sets 4-6, 7-5, 6-10.

The two pairings held serve with relative ease through the first nine games of the opening set at Aberdeen's P&J Live.

But Jubb and Skupski forced a first break point of the set in the 10th and prevailed to take the opener 6-4.

The England duo enjoyed a strong start to the second set, breaking the Murray and O'Mara serve for a 3-1 lead.

Having moved within one of victory at 5-2, Jubb and Skupski conceded five straight games as Scotland levelled up at a set each.

A tense tie-break followed but the England pairing eventually secured victory thanks to two successive breaks of serve for a 10-6 set win.

Jubb, the world number 210 in singles, followed up his doubles success with a straight sets win over Aidan McHugh, the world number 298.

A ruthless Jubb broke McHugh's first two service games to rack up a 4-0 lead in the opening set. A hold to love secured the 6-2 set win.

Glasgow's McHugh rallied to hold serve in his first couple of set two, but four straight games for Jubb, including two more successive breaks of serve sealed the set 6-2.

Jubb's triumph over McHugh wrapped up an 8-1 victory for England over Scotland in the exhibition event, which drew over 20,000 supporters.

Elsewhere in the Battle of the Brits, three-time Grand Slam champion Andy Murray lost 4-6, 6-3, 8-10 to world number 27 Dan Evans but Murray rallied to beat world number 41 Jack Draper 6-2, 1-6, 12-10. Evans overcame McHugh 6-4, 6-2.

In the other doubles match, the Murray brothers defeated Evans and Skupski 6-3 6-4.