Several of the biggest names in British tennis will not compete at Tokyo
Team GB tennis team leader Iain Bates said: “This is brilliant news for Liam, and I am delighted he is able to take up the spot and represent Team GB at his first Olympic Games in Tokyo.
“Thanks to the BOA and ITF for their hard work behind the scenes to ensure that Liam was able to take advantage of this opportunity.”
Broady’s addition further bolsters the British tennis ranks after Jamie Murray received a call-up earlier this week for the men’s doubles.
Dan Evans and Johanna Konta were in the original squad but withdrew after testing positive for coronavirus.