The double Wimbledon champion staged the first Andy Murray Live event at Glasgow’s SSE Hydro Arena in front of a sell-out crowd of more than 10,000 people.
The crowd saw the world number two take on Bulgarian player Grigor Dimitrov before a doubles match involving his brother Jamie and Tim Henman.
Unicef has now revealed that the charity show raised over £290,000 to help disadvantaged children.
The charity tweeted: “We can now announce that AndyMurrayLive in September raised over £290,000 to help children. Thank you to all who donated.”
Proceeds from the show will be split between Unicef, a charity which Andy Murray is an ambassador for, and Glasgow charity Young People’s Futures.