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Built in the 12th century on a rocky promontory, the Château of Suze la Rousse is listed as a historic monument.
We’ve had a great couple of days at Gleneagles and are so grateful to the hundreds of tennis fans who turned out to cheer us on.
“Andy Murray’s success has given Scottish and British tennis a tremendous boost and the juniors were really impressive – there are some very talented young tennis players in Scotland who have a bright future ahead of them.
Paula Mc Clain, USTA Colorado Marketing & Diversity Director, and the person responsible for leading the project, reflected on the success of the display and documentary...
I look forward to playing in Scotland again in the future because we always have such a great time here.” The tournament also encouraged grass-roots involvement in the game.
The houses in the village were built at the foot of the château's ramparts.
The château's architecture is extraordinary; despite its imposing and dominating form, it is a harmonious mix of feudal fortress and lordly manor of the Renaissance.
Supported by Tennis Scotland and Judy Murray, the Brodies Invitational saw some of the legends compete with Scotland’s most talented junior players, join Judy and local schoolchildren in a ‘Tennis on the Road’ session, and help raise money for the Elena Baltacha Foundation, which aims to give children from all backgrounds the opportunity to take part in the sport.
The 2011 USTA Colorado Breaking the Barriers: An Exhibition in Courage exhibit, which incorporated the International Tennis Hall of Fame's exhibit of the same name, completed a three-month run at the Blair-Caldwell African American Research Library in Denver, and left a major impact on the state of Colorado.