FOUR-TIME grand slam champion, Jamie Murray, will headline the Brodies Invitational tennis tournament, which has relocated to Edinburgh for this summer’s edition.

The event will be staged in a purpose-built indoor arena in the city's Murrayfield area, in the grounds of St George's School for Girls and will run from the 11th to the 13th of June.

It is the only Scottish fixture on the ATP Champions Tour and will feature a host of former greats including former British number one and four-time Wimbledon semi-finalist, Tim Henman, former world number one, Juan Carlos Fererro and former world number five and crowd favourite, Henri Leconte.

The event will include a celebration of British tennis, highlighting the recent successes of Britain's Davis and Fed cup teams and Murray, who has played Davis Cup for GB a number of times, revealed he is looking forward to playing on home soil ahead of the grass season beginning later this summer.

“I’m excited to take part in the Brodies Tennis Invitational and it’s great that Brodies has been able to take the event to Scotland’s capital,” the 34-year-old said.

“We need more events like this, showcasing world class players and top junior talent, to help grow the game and satisfy the demand for live tennis in Scotland.”

The legends will be joined by eight-time ATP World Tour doubles champion and Fed Cup coach, Colin Fleming, who has also taken on the role of event director for the Brodies Invitational.

“I’ve been part of the Brodies Invitational as a player for a number of years now and it’s been a privilege to be able to work with the team in a new role this year, on what is definitely the most ambitious event yet,” he said.

“We’re bringing more tennis to more people over the three days and there will be something for everyone. From the very competitive ATP Champions Tour and showcasing our Davis and Fed Cup talent, to entertaining exhibition matches with real legends and current players of the game and of course, supporting our up-coming and junior talent.”

The Invitational will again support the Judy Murray Foundation as its chosen charity partner. "It’s amazing what a bit of creativity and vision can do,” Judy Murray said.

“I love that Brodies is staging its world class event at a school that has done so much in the last few years to grow tennis both in-house and in the local community, and it will be great to see world class tennis back in the capital."