It has been confirmed that both players will be battling it out in the Aegon International at Eastbourne, just a week before Wimbledon is due to start on June 23rd.
And Eastbourne holds a sentimental value for Edmund after he recorded his first ATP tour win there back in 2013.
"I have some great memories of Eastbourne; it's always a special atmosphere at Devonshire Park. I can't wait to be back on the grass again and in front of the British fans," he said.
Evans, 26, echoed Edmund's views about getting back to competition on home soil with the Brit confirming his place at the Aegon Open Nottingham, from June 10–18, which will, for the first time in 44 years, feature a combined men's and women's event schedule.
"I can't wait to get back to playing on home soil and in front of the home support," Evans said.
"It's my favourite time of the year and I want to put on a good performance during the grass court season.
"I've played at Nottingham a lot over the years and I always have fun playing there, and Eastbourne has a great tradition."
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