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  1. What is the Murray Trophy?

    The Murray Trophy - Glasgow, is a men’s indoor tournament of ATP Challenger Tour level. The event organisers have been working closely with Jamie Murray over several months in developing the event.

    There are nine players from world’s top 200 set to take part, including last year’s winner Lukas Lacko and Great Britain’s Jay Clarke.

    17-year-old Brit Jack Draper also enters the tournament having won two ITF $25k tournaments within a fortnight over the summer in Chiswick and Roehampton.

    Jay Clarke
  2. Follow the Murray Trophy on the BBC

    BBC Sport

    The BBC will have live coverage of every round of The Murray Trophy – Glasgow, from Monday’s opening matches right through to the final on Sunday.

    You can watch the event live on the BBC Sport website and app, via Connected TV, and through the BBC iPlayer, where you can also watch all the action back afterwards.

    Tuesday 17 September

    10:00-20:00- BBC Sport website and app, BBC iPlayer and Connected TV

    Wednesday 18 September

    10:00-20:00- BBC Sport website and app, BBC iPlayer and Connected TV

    Thursday 19 September

    10:00-20:00- BBC Sport website and app, BBC iPlayer and Connected TV

    Friday 20 September

    12:00-19:00- BBC Sport website and app, BBC iPlayer and Connected TV

    Saturday 21 September

    12:00-19:00- BBC Sport website and app, BBC iPlayer and Connected TV

    Sunday 22 September

    13:00-18:00- Final, BBC Sport website and app, BBC iPlayer and Connected TV

  3. Getting into tennis

    Get Inspired

    #GetInspired

    The simple pleasures of whacking a yellow ball over a net are not to be underestimated. It's an addictive and fun way to get fit, with many different variations to suit people of all ages and abilities.

    Whether you're starting out, have been competing for years, or simply looking to try something new - there's a type of tennis to suit everyone.

    There are over 20,000 tennis courts across the United Kingdom. Thousands of clubs and park courts provide racquets and balls if you don't have your own.

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    Video caption: 'Tennis saved my life'