Swiss tennis player Roger Federer is looking forward to visiting Scotland. The 36-year-old has never been to Scotland. The Swiss is set to clash against Scottish tennis star Andy Murray at Andy Murray Live. The exhibition match is due to be held at Glasgow's SSE Hydro on Tuesday. All the money collected from the event will go to charities.

One of the reasons why Federer hasn't yet been to Scotland is that the country doesn't have an ATP event. However, the 36-year-old's first trip to Scotland will still be because of tennis-related stuff. The world No.

2 will be hoping to leave the city of Glasgow in good and positive spirits. The local crowd will certainly be enjoying the clash between the great Federer and home-favorite Murray.

"Going to new places is something I always really enjoy, so I'm excited to be going to Scotland for the first time," Federer said ahead of the exhibition against Murray, per the Express UK.

Murray's efforts recognized

Federer is expecting to have a "blast" on Tuesday in Glasgow. The inaugural edition of the Andy Murray Live event was held in 2016. Three-time Grand Slam Champion Murray stands behind the charity event. The 30-year-old Scot is eager to help those in need as the charity event means a lot to him. 19-Time Grand Slam champion Federer recognizes Murray's efforts.

Murray hasn't played since Wimbledon -- which was held in July. Murray failed to beat American Sam Querrey in the Wimbledon quarter-finals. However, the Scot was not at his best because of a hip injury. The 30-year-old hasn't played since Wimbledon as he has been strictly focused on healing his hip. Yet, the Scot remained eager on playing the exhibition against Federer.

Federer claimed he and Murray are ''going to have a great time,'' per the Express UK. Federer then opinioned that it's ''wonderful'' what Scot is doing in his ''philanthropic efforts."

Federer further praises Murray

Federer and Murray provide one of the most entertaining matchups in tennis. The two have played against each other 25 times at the ATP level.

Federer has the edge over Murray as he has a 14/11 head-to-head record against Murray.

The two won't be playing for the first time against each other in a charity match. Murray traveled to Zurich in April to visit Federer's home country and clash against the Swiss in the Match for Africa 3. The Scot left a great impression on the locals during his visit to Zurich.

"When people came away from Zurich, so many told me how much fun Andy actually was, what a great sport he (Murray) was, so I was so happy he did that," Federer revealed, per the Express UK.