The new £750,000 Gleneagles Arena will host a public exhibition match between international tennis legends next month.
Players Greg Rusedski, Pat Cash, Henri Leconte and Thomas Enqvist will take part in a doubles championship at the arena on Thursday June 11.
Australian Cash is most famous for winning the Wimbledon men’s singles title in 1987, defeating Ivan Lendl in the final.
British tennis star Greg Rusedski, notorious for his booming serve, reached the US Open final in 1997, while Swede Thomas Enqvist was defeated in the Australian Open final in 1999.
Frenchman Henri Leconte won the French Open doubles title in 1984, and also reached the singles final in 1988 where he lost to Swede Mats Wilander.
Arena manager Sharon Burriss said: “We are really excited to be welcoming these legendary players to Gleneagles for what we hope will be the first of many fantastic tennis events in the arena.
“The facility has proven very popular in its first few weeks, and we’re looking forward to a busy summer season ahead.”
Launched earlier this month, the Gleneagles Arena is home to four indoor tennis courts, and complements Gleneagles’ five outdoor courts.
Judy Murray and Leon Smith, captain of the Great Britain Davis Cup team, hosted the first official event to take place at the facility, a tennis camp for young players and coaches.
The training opportunity saw around 40 junior players from all over Scotland, and 50 coaches, invited along to learn from the GB men’s and women’s team captains.
The arena is Perthshire’s only indoor tennis facility and will offer a range of lessons and coaching programmes, and can also be used for concerts.
It is open to both hotel residents and members of the public, and membership is not required to book a court.