GP Plus, the Edinburgh-based private GP clinic, has added its name to the growing list of sponsors for this year’s Brodies Invitational at Gleneagles.
The tennis legends’ tournament takes place at Gleneagles Hotel on Friday 22 and Saturday 23 June, when tennis stars of the past come together to play at the only Scottish fixture on the prestigious ATP Champions Tour. Former British No. 1 Tim Henman, former World No. 8 Mark Philippoussis, former French Open finalist Henri Leconte, former World No. 1 Thomas Muster and eight-time ATP World Tour doubles champion Colin Fleming will face each other, and take on some of Scotland’s talented juniors.
GP Plus will be at Gleneagles throughout the weekend to coordinate a series of fun physiological activities to test players and spectators’ speed and agility.
Dr Karianne Backx of GP Plus, said: “Last year’s Brodies Invitational was an enjoyable weekend of sport for tennis fans and we’re delighted to be involved again this year. Tennis is a highly intensive sport that challenges the human body so we’re looking forward to trying out some interactive games with spectators and players over the course of the weekend, to test their motor skills.”
GP Plus joins Brewin Dolphin, Pickering’s Gin, Eastern BMW and The Gate as a sponsor of the event.
Established in 1997, the ATP Champions Tour spans the globe with former champions competing in tournaments in cities including London, Mexico City, Seoul, Stockholm and Palma de Mallorca.
Tickets for the Brodies Invitational are available to book now, priced at £39.50 for adults and £20 for children. Other ticket options, including family and weekend tickets, are also on the website.