As a coach, Judy Murray was the Scottish national coach from 1995 to 2005, during which time she set up the first National Development School aimed at juniors aged 8-11. Of the 20 players originally selected, 5 became full time players and played Davis and Fed Cups for Great Britain. 4 represented GB in the 2012 London Olympics. Of those 4 - 2 became Grand Slam champions, 1 became a Commonwealth gold medallist and the 4th was a top 50 WTA player. She is a former Great Britain Fed Cup captain.
Judy set up Set4Sport programme in 2011 which shows parents fun games to play at home with children to help them develop the physical skills that are the foundation for all sports. Also Currently developing Set4Tennis programme.
As a former player, she won 64 Scottish titles and represented GB in World Student Games in 1981. Judy also undertook a BA in French and Business Studies at Edinburgh University and has an Honorary Degree from Edinburgh University for services to tennis.
She is also a Member of a government strategy group looking into issues surrounding the involvement of Women in Sport.