The 'Andy Murray Live' charity event, which will take place at the SSE Hydro Arena in Glasgow on Tuesday November 7th, will feature not only a singles match between the British champion and Roger Federer, followed by a doubles match between Andy and Jamie Murray, and Tim Henman and Mansour Bahrami, but also many other activities.
Four lucky fans will get the chance to get a private tennis lesson with Murray and Federer for £50,000 (for about $66,000). It will be a 'lifetime opportunity', Murray announced, that will offer the chance to 'personally interact' with the two former world no.
1s. The four fans will also have lunch with the two champions, ask them any question, book a table for eight people at the fundraiser, watch the practice session and the match from court-side seats. Other table packages are also available, including the chance to sit with Jamie and Judy Murray for £20,000.
£10,000 will be needed to have a six-person table at dinner, that will be held on November 6th at the SSE Hydro, directed by Michelin-starred chef Albert Roux. Guests will also have the opportunity to play golf with former world no.
4 and Wimbledon semi-finalist Tim Henman and buy a set of used rackets of any of the big four players – Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, Federer and Murray. The brochure says: 'Truly, a once in a lifetime opportunity for you and your guests to to combine the finest hospitality and premium live entertainment at the Fundraising Dinner with Andy, coupled with an unforgettable Andy Murray Live experience the following day when you will personally interact with both Andy and Roger during your clinic and then witness the evenings battle on court of these two legends from the comfort of your prime positioned hospitality box.
Four places in a shared tennis clinic of thirty with Andy Murray and Roger Federer on Tuesday 7th November, at The SSE Hydro, with lunch which includes a Q&A session with Andy and Roger.' 13,000 people are expected to be at the SSE Hydro Arena, which will be packed and if last year the event had raised $395,000, the number could be even bigger this year.
Funds will go to the UNICEF, of which Murray is the UK ambassador, and a local Scottish charity. Story by Deadline news ALSO READ: Federer: 'Money, recovery and direct flights: here's why we play longer' .