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Andy Murray has confirmed he is venturing into the hotel business after buying Cromlix House, the £1.8m luxury hotel in Scotland where his brother got married three years ago.
His new luxury hotel venture is close to his home town, Dunblane in Stirlingshire, where he plans to transform the Victorian mansion into a 15-room five star destination in time for the 2014 Ryder Cup in Gleneagles, which is a short drive away.
The ATP has announced the launch of a new ATP Heritage campaign on the back of a number of 40-year Emirates ATP Rankings celebrations planned for 2013.
The ATP Heritage campaign, launched on Sunday in Dubai by ATP Executive Chairman & President Brad Drewett, Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer, will serve as a platform through which the achievements of the world's greatest players throughout the rich history of the ATP are showcased and celebrated, in 2013 and beyond.
Tennis fans can indulge in all things tennis at a new exhibition entitled Tennis on the Riviera, which opens soon at Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum.
‘Tennis on the Riviera' opens to the public in April and will feature fascinating French memorabilia from the early 1890s to the late 1930s; treating visitors to a visual insight into the history of tennis culture on the Riviera.
The Aegon Championships is to host a 'Rally Against Cancer' all-star doubles match on finals day at the Aegon Championships to raise money for The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity, which supports The Royal Marsden, the world-leading cancer centre treating British tennis player Ross Hutchins.
Andy Murray and Tim Henman will both be part of the Rally Against Cancer line-up on Sunday 16th June, with other big-name tennis players and celebrities also making appearances.
ASICS is expanding further into tennis with the introduction of racquets to the brand's existing product mix.
A first for ASICS, the collection has its sights set firmly on the club player market, with three innovative oversized models designed to provide a great on-court experience.
Rafael Nadal probably wears the most expensive watch around, even when he is playing, and he has also had it stolen from to time, but Richard Mille, the Swiss luxury watch company that manufactures it, has now come out with a new model for him.
The update to the original RM027 shaves off one gram in the weight of the new watch and now costs $690,000.
It may not be Copacabana Beach, but Brighton is set to host the European Beach Tennis Championships for the first time this summer.
The English south coast town has been chosen by the LTA, Tennis Europe and the ITF to stage the event from 9-11 August.
The LTA announced a re-shuffle on Wednesday following the draw for the Fed Cup.
Iain Bates is appointed Head of Women's Tennis, while Davis Cup Captain Leon Smith returns to overseeing the men's game.
Bates was part of the backroom coaching team which helped the GB Fed Cup team win through to the World Group II play-offs last week.
The ATP Champions Tour has re-launched its website for the 2013 season, featuring a new-look as well as containing extra video and image content.
The new site takes fans behind the scenes on the Champions Tour, and features exclusive interviews and social-networking integration via Facebook and Twitter.
Britain's Fed Cup Team defeated Bulgaria 2-0 in their promotional play-off for the Fed Cup by BNP Paribas Euro/Africa Zone Group I competition to put them into the World Group II play-off on 20-21 April.
The venue and opponent for the Aegon GB Fed Cup team will be announced by the ITF at 1100 GMT on Wednesday 13 February.