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The Murray Trophy - Glasgow, is a men’s indoor tournament of ATP Challenger Tour level. The tournament will provide high-level competition in the Autumn season and is set to attract international stars to compete for the title.

The 2020 Murray Trophy - Glasgow has been postponed until 2021. This is as a result of he enforced suspension of professional tennis due to coronavirus, and the subsequent congested international tournament calendar for the remainder of 2020

Scotstoun Tennis Centre is part of a multi-sports venue, which also plays host to the Glasgow Warriors and Scotland’s national badminton academy. In 2014, it was the training venue for the 2014 Commonwealth Games.

The facility was first established in 1915 as a stadium and was named  the Scotstoun Showgrounds. A large renovation project went underway in 2008, before it was reopened in 2010.  

Each February, it holds a GB Pro-Series tournament, but the Glasgow Trophy will be its highest-level tournament in its 103-year history.