March 17

Strathgryffe Tennis Club is the winner of the prestigious Tennis Scotland Tournament of the Year accolade for 2016.

The School of Tennis Pilot scheme in Edinburgh has been named as the winning programme for Tennis Scotland's 2016 Education Programme Award.

The Tennis Scotland 2016 Volunteer of the Year is a father who has been committed to developing the sport in his area after his son began playing 6 years ago.

Queen’s Park Community Tennis club has been confirmed as the Tennis Scotland Community Venue of the Year for 2016.

Rutherglen LTC Head Coach Jonny Willcox has been named as the 2016 Tennis Scotland Coach of the Year.

Aidan McHugh has been named the Tennis Scotland Junior Player of the Year for 2016 by Tennis Scotland.

The Tennis Scotland Club of the Year Award for 2016 has been won by progressive West of Scotland club Rutherglen Lawn Tennis Club.

The Tennis Scotland Outstanding Achievement Award for 2016 has been won by Karen Ross who, as coach to Wheelchair World number 1 Gordon Reid, has played a significant part in the success of the Helensburgh player.

With Andy Murray, Jamie Murray and Gordon Reid all achieving World No.1 status in 2016, it was always going to be mission impossible for Tennis Scotland to separate them when it came to selecting the winner of the International Player of the Year award.

Newlands and Dunfermline ladies, last year's finalists, have both received 1st Round byes and been drawn away from home in the Scottish Cup draws published today by Tennis Scotland. The 2016 champions Newlands play Titwood with Dunfermline travelling to Edinburgh to play St Serf's.

Tennis Scotland has today announced the players to represent Scotland at the forthcoming Four Nations' Group 'A' Championships in Glasgow.

The dedication of Alan MacDonald, who has been coach to Jamie Murray during his most successful year ever, has been recognised with Tennis Scotland awarding the 37 year old the Special Award for 2016.

The Dunblane Hydro Hotel was the extremely appropriate setting for the celebration of the fantastic success achieved throughout Scottish tennis over the past year with the staging of the Tennis Scotland Awards 2016 ceremony.

For the first time ever, both the University of Stirling men's and women's tennis squads have reached the final of the BUCS National Team Finals which will be held later this month and, in the process have qualified for the European University Sports Association Tennis Team Championships which take place in Madrid in July.

The penultimate event of Tennis Scotland’s winter series of indoor championships will be played this weekend 11th/12th March. The 16 & Under and 12 & Under boy’s and girl’s titles will be decided over Saturday and Sunday at the Scotstoun Leisure Centre in Glasgow

112 fiercely contested matches were played over two days at the Scotstoun Leisure Centre in Glasgow where the 16 & Under and 12 & Under indoor champions for 2017 were decided.

Following the recent success of Scotland's Jamie Murray in tour doubles events and reaching No.1 in world rankings and the appointment of doubles specialist Colin Fleming as National Coach, Tennis Scotland has resurrected the Junior Indoor Doubles Championships in 2017. This event will be the final leg of Tennis Scotland's series of Indoor Championships this winter which has staged events for players from 12 & Under to 70 & Over.

Tennis Scotland has scheduled the following workshops across Scotland as part of the Regional Coach Development Programme.

Scotland is to get a state-of-the-art indoor tennis centre to satisfy the demand for year round access to a sport in which the nation is now a world-leader.

128 junior players from around Scotland and south of the border will compete this weekend in the Scottish Junior Indoor Doubles championships at the Scotstoun Leisure Centre in Glasgow.



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