So hopefully the pricing of the tickets will help with that and a lot of youngsters and families will be able to come along and watch.” Murray, who hopes the event will become an annual affair, has been a long-term supporter of Unicef UK, for whom he has become an official ambassador.
“Andy has raised a lot of money and a lot of awareness for incredibly important causes,” Lily Caprani, the deputy executive director of Unicef UK, said.
Shipbuilding became a major industry on the Clyde, building many famous ships.
By the end of the 19th century the city was known as the "Second City of the Empire" and was producing most of the ships and trains in the world.
The city became a hub of trade to the Americas, especially in the movement of tobacco and sugar.
The industries of Scotland produced cotton, coal and iron which were exported.
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Andy Murray will stage his own charity tennis event in Glasgow later this year.
I was also born in Glasgow.” He added: “It’s all about giving back to Glasgow and the community there – not only because of what they’ve done in the Davis Cup last year with all of their support, but the support that I’ve had throughout my career from back in Scotland has been fantastic.
We don’t have any world-class tennis events up there.
We obviously have a lot here and I think having an event like this up in Scotland will be nice.