Tennis will take centre stage in Scotland’s capital this summer as the Brodies Invitational comes to Edinburgh. From Thursday 11 to Saturday 13 June 2020 sports fans can enjoy three days of world-class tennis in a purpose-built indoor arena in the heart of Edinburgh’s Murrayfield area, at St George’s School for Girls – a short walk from Murrayfield Stadium and the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art.
The event remains the only Scottish fixture on the prestigious ATP Champions Tour and will feature a host of tennis legends, special guests and some of Scotland’s junior stars of the future.
Leading the star-studded line up is former doubles World No.1, US Open and Australian Open doubles champion, Jamie Murray, who will take part in a celebration of British tennis, highlighting the recent successes of Britain’s Davis and Fed cup teams.
Returning to the event are former British No. 1 Tim Henman, reigning Brodies Invitational champion and former World No. 1, Juan Carlos Ferrero, and former World No. 5 and crowd-favourite Henri Leconte.
Commonwealth Games gold medallist and director of tennis for the Brodies Invitational, Colin Fleming, will also return to the court.