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Everything you need to know about the TS Open Tour Scottish Indoor Open Championships


The TS Open Tour returns with the second Grade 2 event of the year at the Scottish Indoor Open Championships (also a Lexus British Tour event), which will be held in the National Tennis Centre at the University of Stirling from 8-10 March.

Entering as the top seed in the men’s draw, Ewen Lumsden makes his first appearance on the TS Open Tour in 2024. Lumsden had a stellar 2023 season after returning from college in the US, picking up three singles titles from four tournaments last season and finishing as runner-up to Hamish Stewart at the TS Open Tour Finals in December.  

Lumsden has been a regular on the ITF pro circuit over the past six months and is steadily progressing up the rankings. 

2023 TS Open Tour Leaderboard winner Nick Rosenzweig enters as the second seed in his second event of the year. Rosenzweig won five titles during the 2023 season, as well as reaching multiple finals.  

The draw also features University of Stirling’s Liam Hignett, Cameron Fryer and Matthew Earnshaw, alongside Scottish juniors Lance Nisbet, Liam O’Brien and Alexander English, to name a few. 

In the women’s draw, Emma Wilson tops the seedings as she plays her first TS Open Tour event of the 2024 season. Wilson is currently ranked 974 in the WTA rankings and recently came through qualifying at the W50 Roehampton. 

Wilson also finished runner-up in the 2023 TS Open Tour National Doubles Championship in November with Alexandra Walker. 

Teodora Prisadnikova returns to Scotland for the Indoors. Prisadnikova is no stranger to success on the TS Open Tour as her impressive season in 2023 propelled her to finish top of the 2023 Leaderboard.   

As for the Scots in the women’s draw, Heather Barlow enters as the fourth seed. She is joined by Kirsty Robertson as well as Junior Four Nations representatives Anna Mcknight, Hanna Augustynska and Aadya Iyer Chadalwada.

Both draws feature a range of players from the UK, from promising juniors and university players to players currently competing on the pro tours.  

All will compete for the grand winner’s prize of £1250 and a chance to climb the TS Open Tour Leaderboard. 

Entry for spectators will be free all weekend. The tournament begins on Friday with semis and finals being played on Sunday. Click here to view the full draws and keep up to date with the schedule. 

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