April 18


Cameron Norrie, who shot to prominence during 2017, has been named as the Tennis Scotland International Player of the Year.

Aidan McHugh has been named the Tennis Scotland Junior Player of the Year by Tennis Scotland for the second year in a row.

A stalwart of Newlands Tennis Club, who can boast a fantastic competition record over many years, is the recipient of the Tennis Scotland Senior Player of the Year award for 2017.

The Tennis Scotland Outstanding Achievement Award for 2017 has been lifted jointly by the President of Club of the Year Rutherglen, Gareth Ellor and the ROGY (red, orange, green and yellow) Tour, which has proved to be extremely successful since its relaunch last year.

A young coach who has seen his ambitious programme develop year on year since its launch three years ago is the Tennis Scotland Coach of the Year for 2017.

The East Lothian Open Tennis Tournament is the winner of the prestigious Tennis Scotland Tournament of the Year accolade for 2017, having previously lifted the same title two years ago.

The North East of Scotland (NESLTA) Junior District team, which won the Kilgraston event in 2017 for the first time in two decades, has been named as the Tennis Scotland Team of the Year.

One of the country’s most experienced referees has been named as Tennis Scotland’s Official of the Year for 2017.

A hands-on organiser of coaching, committee meetings, encouraging new volunteers and working in partnership with local schools at Longniddry Tennis Club has been named as the Tennis Scotland Volunteer of the Year for 2017.

A young man, who’s making a tangible difference to tennis in Moray, has been named as the Tennis Scotland Young Volunteer of the Year for 2017.

Drumchapel Tennis Club has been confirmed as the Tennis Scotland Community Venue of the Year for 2017.

A round-up of some of the action involving Scottish Players last week.

Dundee and Angus College has been named as the winning project for Tennis Scotland’s 2017 Education Programme Award.

Prestwick Tennis and Fitness Centre has won the Tennis Scotland Disability Programme of the Year Award for 2017.

Over the next week, we are going to be announcing our 2017 Tennis Scotland Award Winners, starting with the Club of the Year.

Rutherglen have been named Club of the Year for the second successive year.

Tennis Scotland has selected Maggie’s as its charity partner for 2018 in memory of coach Annette Fox.

The first ever British Social Tennis Challenge, involving sixty students from around the UK and hosted by Robert Gordon University, supported by Tennis Scotland, the British Student Tennis Network and Scottish Student Sport, saw Aberdeen College (NESCOL) triumphing, ahead of the University of Stirling, with Cardiff Met finishing third and hosts Cults fourth in a tournament that copied the Davis Cup format.

The Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) today announced the player entry list for Glasgow’s new ATP Challenger Tour event.

The 44th staging of the Scottish Junior Inter District Championships concluded at Kilgraston School on Saturday with Central District and West of Scotland sharing the overall championship for 2018.  

A new tennis event, which brings together students from all over the United Kingdom, is being staged in Aberdeen this weekend.

The 44th Scottish Inter District Team Championships will be held this week at Kilgraston School in Perthshire. 8 of Scotland's District Associations will be represented with competition at three age group competitions – 12, 15 and 18 & Under – over four days at the Bridge of Earn school.

The Tennis Scotland 2017 Annual General Meeting will take place at the Stirling Management Centre, University of Stirling on Thursday 26th April 2017, starting at 7 pm. Members (clubs and places to play) have been circulated with the agenda and paperwork. All members are invited to attend.

Tennis Scotland will celebrate Scotland’s Year of Young People (YOYP) 2018 ahead of the forthcoming Glasgow Trophy ATP Challenger, with a range of exciting activity designed to celebrate youth talent as well as inspiring hundreds of young people across Glasgow to pick up a racket through a programme of community engagement.

Top Scottish junior Aidan McHugh has been given a wildcard for next week's Glasgow Challenger which is being played at Scotstoun.

The Tennis Scotland Annual General Meeting, which was held in Dunblane on Thursday evening heard details of another positive period for the organisation from Chief Executive Officer Blane Dodds, who was previously Chair. “It has been a very positive period of development with much work focussing on areas that will help deliver more resource and infrastructure for tennis in the years ahead. 

 
 

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