June 16


Gordon Reid and Shingo Kunieda are into a second consecutive French Open men's wheelchair final after a straightforward 6-2 6-3 success over Gustavo Fernandez and Joachim Gerard.

The French Open is rapidly heading towards its conclusion and Andy Murray and Gordon Reid will both be involved in their respective semi-finals today.

Gordon Reid is this afternoon celebrating reaching the final of the men's wheelchair singles at the French Open after an excellent 6-3 6-4 win over world number one and home favourite, Stephane Houdet.

With this year's Wimbledon fast approaching, a new community tennis programme has been announced for Dundee that will provide opportunities for the local community, strengthen existing pathways and put the city firmly on the tennis map with the appointment of a new head community coach.

Andy Murray delivered an outstanding performance this afternoon to defeat defending champion, Stan Wawrinka, 6-4 6-2 4-6 6-2 and become the first British man since 1937 to reach a French Open final.

Gustavo Fernandez is the deserving winner of the 2016 men's wheelchair singles title at the French Open after a 7-6(4) 6-1 success over Gordon Reid.

Gordon Reid and Shingo Kunieda are the 2016 French Open men's wheelchair doubles champions after a comprehensive 6-3 6-2 success over Michael Jeremiasz and Stefan Olsson.

Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic will contest the French Open final today on the Philippe-Chatrier Court at 14:00 (BST) with both players chasing a place in history.

Novak Djokovic today joined an elite band of players when he defeated Andy Murray 3-6 6-1 6-2 6-4 to win the 2016 French Open and become just the eighth male player to complete a Career Grand Slam.

David Lloyd Aberdeen, the 2014 men's champions, have won through to the final of the 2016 competition with a resounding 5-2 win over challengers Giffnock on Saturday.

North of Scotland girls travel to Sunderland this weekend as Scotland's sole representatives at the national finals of the Aegon 10 & Under County Cup competition.

32 of the most promising 9 & Under players travelled to Glasgow on Saturday to compete in a National Tour event at the Scotstoun Leisure Centre.

The 2016 Scottish Secondary Schools Tennis Team Championships are taking place tomorrow (Wednesday 8th June) at St George's School for Girls in Edinburgh.

Edinburgh's Merchiston Castle School and George Heriots are the respective boys and girls Scottish Secondary Schools Tennis Team Champions after victories at St. George's School in Edinburgh.

Scottish junior players impressed spectators and Thomas Enqvist was crowned champion at the Brodies Invitational at Gleneagles in front of a sell-out crowd of tennis fans.

Entries for the 2016 Scottish Junior Closed Championships are currently being accepted by Tennis Scotland. The tournament, staged by Tennis Scotland and hosted by Strathgryffe Tennis & Squash Club in Houston, is open to all players with a Scottish 'play county' and has events for age groups from 8 & Under to 18 & Under.

North of Scotland girls represented Scotland admirably at the national finals of the 10 & Under County Cup at Sunderland at the weekend finishing in 8th position out of the 42 county teams which entered this year's competition.

Nether Robertland Primary has won the West Region Primary Schools County Finals 2016 at Scotstoun.

Newlands women and David Lloyd Aberdeen men are the Scottish Cup champions for 2016.

Scotland's Maia Lumsden is set to get her Wimbledon ladies' singles qualification campaign underway on Tuesday afternoon at the Bank of England Sports Ground in Roehampton.

National sports charity 'Tennis For Free' has served up an ace by investing in 5 new park sites and clubs to deliver their programme starting from this weekend. The timing of the launch couldn't be better. Tennis fever is heightening with Wimbledon around the corner and Scots Jamie and Andy Murray hoping to take home some silverware.

The Scottish Junior Open begins today with hundreds of players travelling to compete in Edinburgh and Glasgow.

The 130th edition of the Wimbledon Championships starts tomorrow and a five-strong Scottish contingent will be showcasing their talents on the biggest and greatest stage of all.

The 2016 Scottish Junior Championships are in full swing at the Craiglockhart Sports Centre, Edinburgh with 256 of the most promising young players in Britain contesting age groups events at 12, 14, 16 and 18 & Under.

Edinburgh University Tennis Club and The Glasgow Disability Tennis Programme will be well represented at Wimbledon tomorrow (Tuesday) when they join other winners at the Aegon National British Tennis Awards, hosted by LTA President Cathie Sabin, having already won Tennis Scotland awards earlier in the year.

Andy Murray's quest for further Wimbledon glory begins this afternoon against fellow Brit and world number 235, Liam Broady. It is the second scheduled match on Centre Court.

East of Scotland girls were Scotland's top performing team at the Aegon 12 & Under County Cup at the weekend.

Andy Murray has made a convincing start to his Wimbledon campaign after a commanding and one-sided 6-2 6-3 6-4 success over fellow Brit, Liam Broady.

Get involved in the exciting West of Scotland Summer Challenge.

Adam Brown, the recipient of the Tennis Scotland Award for Outstanding Achievement in 2015, was lucky enough to have the opportunity to attend the Majorca Open thanks to the organisers. He took the opportunity to take some of his players over to Majorca for some training as well. Adam and some of the players have written about their experience to share with us.

A decade ago, the youthful pairing of Colin Fleming and Jamie Murray made their Wimbledon debuts together, and later today the pair will meet at SW19 once again - but this time they will be on opposite sides of the net.

Andy Murray continues to make serene progress at Wimbledon after enjoying a 6-3 6-2 6-1 win over Yen-Hsun Lu in the second round.

Tennis Scotland has announced that Great Britain Davis Cup captain Leon Smith has joined the organisation's Board with immediate effect in the role of Performance Director.

Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares are into the second round of the men's doubles after an entertaining 6-2 6-7(9) 6-3 victory over Colin Fleming and Jonathan Erlich.

Wildcard pairing, Colin Fleming and Jocelyn Rae, are involved in an all-British mixed doubles first round clash later today.

 
 

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