Andy Murray Live 2017 will support Glasgow charity Sunny-sid3up
Dunblane’s Andy Murray has today announced that he will be supporting Glasgow-based charity ‘Sunny-sid3up’ at this year’s Andy Murray Live show.
The current world number two tennis player announced today that all funds raised at this year’s Andy Murray Live will be split evenly between Sunny-sid3up and UNICEF – the charity Murray is an ambassador for.
Launched last year as an annual tennis showcase, Andy Murray Live raised £305,000 for charity.
This year, he will be joined on the court by world number three Roger Federer, Tim Henman, Mansour Bahrami, and his brother Jamie.
Tickets sold out within hours for the show which will take place on 7th November.
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