July 18


Andy Murray sadly announced yesterday that we will not be attending Wimbeldon this year.

Tennis Scotland 'has real momentum'. Great interview with our CEO, Blane Dodds, on the BBC Scotland website.

Still lots of Scots competing down at Wimbledon so it is fantastic to get some coverage on the successful work going on with tennis in Scotland.

 

 

The lifetime of service to both tennis and lacrosse by former Tennis Scotland President Pat Reid was recognised at Holyrood this week when she received an MBE

The LTA today announced that there will be 5 Local Player Development centres in Scotland as part of the 50 planned across the UK in the new 10-year vision for performance tennis in Britian.

The 2018 Scottish Junior Championships concluded at the weekend. A Grade 2 Summer National Tour event, the tournament attracted over 300 of the most talented young players from throughout Great Britain.

The Great British Tennis Weekend on the 21st & 22nd July is fast approaching and we hope that the great Wimbledon action will inspire a lot of people to get involved.

Gordon Reid and Alfie Hewett are Wimbledon Champions in the Men's Wheelchair Doubles for the third year in a row!

 

Week 2 of one of the busiest periods in Tennis Scotland's calendar of staged events concluded on Saturday with finals being played at Edinburgh and at Houston.

Great British Tennis Weekend will see courts across Scotland serve up free tennis for families and friends over two weekends this summer.

Online entry to the 2018 Team Tennis Scotland league competition opens to all Scottish clubs at midnight this evening.   Kinnoull men from Perth and Edinburgh Blackhall’s women were 2017 champions of Scotland’s premier inter-club league competition and are currently representing Scotland in the GB playoffs this summer.

Tennis Scotland is currently advertising for a contract for services to fill three Head Coach roles across its new Regional Player Development Centres (RPDC) programme. This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced coach to become a part of the new Tennis Scotland Performance Pathway now planned and being provided in Scotland. This presents an opportunity to work closely with the Tennis Scotland Performance Team as well as learning and developmental experiences working with future world class GB National Academy coaches and practitioners.

 
 

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