The Legends

The Brodies Invitational brings together a stellar group of former champions. With nearly 100 ATP titles between them, and countless grand-slam and Davis Cup appearances, we can’t wait to see the Legends show off their skills at Gleneagles…

Greg Rusedski

Greg Rusedski is a Canadian-born Brit who competed on the ATP circuit from 1992-2007. He reached the 1997 US Open final, the 1999 Grand Slam Cup final and won 14 other ATP singles titles. He achieved a career-high No. 4 singles ranking and represented Great Britain in 20 Davis Cup ties until 2007, amassing a 30-13 record.

Greg Rusedski Brodies Tennis

I can’t wait to join Mats, Thomas, Xavier and Colin on the court and boost my ATP Champions Tour ranking. I’m particularly looking forward to putting my record-winning serve to the test against tennis fans in the legendary return of serve competition!

Greg Rusedski

Thomas Enqvist

Thomas is a former Australian Open finalist and current Brodies Invitational Champion. He reached a career-high ranking of number four in the world. Thomas won 19 times on the ATP Tour and helped the Swedish team reach the final of the Davis Cup in 1996 and 1997, making a significant contribution to the glorious age of Swedish tennis.

I know that there’s a huge pool of talent in Scotland, and it will be great to go up against some of the game’s up-and-coming stars.

Thomas Enqvist

Xavier Malisse

Xavier won three singles and nine doubles titles on the ATP World Tour, scoring a Grand Slam doubles title at the 2004 French Open with fellow Belgian Olivier Rochus.

Fans will also remember Xavier for his excellent run at Wimbledon in 2002, when he reached the semi-finals by defeating home favourite Greg Rusedski, coming back from two sets to one down.

I’m delighted to be invited to the Brodies Invitational and to compete in Scotland. I’ve heard so much about the amazing facilities at Gleneagles, I can’t wait to play at this fantastic event on the ATP Champions Tour.

Xavier Malisse

Mats Wilander

Swede Mats Wilander is a former World No. 1. From 1982 to 1988, he won seven Grand Slam singles titles and one Grand Slam men’s doubles.

He won his fourth Grand Slam at the age of 20, becoming the youngest man in history to have achieved that feat.

Winning an impressive 33 singles titles and seven doubles titles, Wilander was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame in 2002.

I’ve heard a lot about the Brodies Invitational and I’m so pleased to be a part of it. It will be great to see my old friend Tim Henman and I can’t wait to produce some more top-class tennis for all the fans to enjoy.

Mats Wilander

Colin Fleming

Colin, a former British professional tennis player who specialised in doubles, is from just outside Edinburgh and is now the National Coach for Scotland. He has a number of career highs including playing on the Great Britain Davis Cup team, winning a Commonwealth gold, reaching the quarter-finals of Wimbledon and the US Open and competing in two Olympic Games. Overall, he reached 19 ATP Tour doubles finals, winning eight of them.

There’s always been a huge amount of support for tennis in Scotland, and I’m really excited about participating in the Brodies Invitational, which brings legends of the game together with Scotland’s rising stars of the future. What an amazing opportunity for our talented juniors!

Colin Fleming

Tim Henman

Tim achieved a career-high ranking of World No.4, reaching six Grand Slam semi-finals, and becoming Great Britain’s most successful male tennis player since Roger Taylor in the 1970s. Although Tim is unable to compete in this year’s tournament due to injury he doesn’t want to miss the fun and will be at Gleneagles on both days to take part in coaching sessions, mingle with guests and share in the excitement with fans.

Our passion for the game is as strong as ever and we’re all out to win.

Tim Henman