Nicolas Rosenzweig (pictured) and England’s Grace Eland are top seeds and favourites to win the singles titles when the Scottish Indoor Open Championships start on Friday at the Newlands club in Glasgow.
In the men’s event, the 27 year old French player, now coaching at Stirling University, is seeded to meet the University’s Scott MacAulay, a member of the host club and the 2017 men’s doubles champion, in Sunday’s final. There will however be a strong challenge from Bruce Strachan, the Heriot Watt University student and past winner, who is in MacAulay’s half of the draw.The women’s event is wide open with almost any player in the draw having an opportunity to take the title on Sunday.
Caitlin Steel and Jennifer Steel, current champions, defend their women’s doubles title. With Reuben Henry unavailable, MacAulay teams up with Kieran Macarty and will be attempting to win the men’s doubles title for the third year in succession.
Play starts on Friday at 9.00 am and at 10.00 am on Sunday with the semi-finals of the singles being played with finals to follow in the afternoon. Spectators are welcome to support.
Draws can be found at 2018 Scottish Indoor Open Championships