LISTEN: Andy Murray Live in Glasgow Branded A Success

22 September 2016, 07:42

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Andy Murray has told Capital he is taking a few days off after his own show at the Hydro in Glasgow last night.

The world number two staged the first Andy Murray Live event in front of a sell-out crowd of over 10,000 people.

Brother Jamie Murray, former British number one Tim Henman and top player Grigor Dimitrov also took part in a series of singles and doubles matches, with all proceeds going to Unicef and local Glasgow charity Young People's Futures.

Capital's Connor Gillies spoke to fans in the crowd


He also spoke to Jamie Murray ahead of the event

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