Judy Murray: 
Knowing the Score - My Family and Our Tennis Story

interviewed by lesley mccabe from bbc radio surrey

Thur 12 Oct
19.30 - 20:30
The Mandolay Hotel
£12, £10.80 concessions


Kindly sponsored by Wheelers LLP and The Mandolay Hotel

The woman who has single-handedly revolutionised British tennis by producing not one, but two world champions, Andy and Jamie Murray, talks about her role as parent and coach, and the challenges she faced along the way. From the soggy courts of Dunblane to Centre Court at Wimbledon, Judy’s story is one of inspiration and dedication. 

Judy Murray is a former Scottish international tennis player with 64 national titles to her name. She became Scottish National Coach in 1995, the same year that she became the first women to pass the Lawn Tennis Association's Performance Coach Award. She initiated the Scottish Development School programme which ultimately produced four Davis Cup players and one Fed Cup player, including her Grand-Slam-winning sons, Jamie and Andy.

“Judy’s account is honest and open... She is passionate about getting children into sport... Judy Murray has plenty to feel proud about.”
— Scotsman
“A life both defined and enriched by tennis, which reveals a woman whose own achievements are no less impressive than those of her superstar sons”
— Radio Times