BRITAIN’S number one tennis player Andy Murray will be joined by his mother and brother on stage in the Capital next month to discuss the importance of sport to young people.
Andy, Judy and Jamie Murray will top the bill at the first in a series of RBS Museum Talks, and are expected to discuss their careers and passion for sport.
The event, hosted by Jonathan Overend, will take place in the Grand Gallery of the newly refurbished National Museum of Scotland, on February 7, and is to be broadcast on BBC Radio 5 Live.
Mrs Murray will also highlight her new Set4Sport initiative, supported by the Royal Bank of Scotland, which aims to help parents and children develop their sporting skills.
Andy Murray said: “It’s so important that we find ways to help kids to get into sport whilst they are young.”