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Senior Four Nations Squads Announced


Senior Four Nations Squads Announced As Esteemed Competition Returns To Glasgow

Tennis Scotland has announced the squads that will represent the nation at the 2023 edition of the Senior Four Nations, scheduled to take place on home soil from Friday, 28 April to Monday, 1 May.

Scotland, England, Ireland, and Wales will take part in the esteemed competition across several senior age groups. Scotstoun Community Tennis Centre will host Group B players (55, 60, and 65 and over age groups) over the four days, with practice taking place at the venue on 28 April.

Last year, the 35, 45 and 50’s Men and Women finished top of their respective age groups in Wrexham while the 55, 60, and 65 and Overs battled proudly to secure second place in Bolton.

Commenting on the competition, Tennis Scotland Chief Executive, Blane Dodds, said: “It’s great to host the Senior Four Nations players in Scotland following last year’s success across all age groups in England and Wales. 

I know how much the players enjoy representing their country and competing on home soil will make it even more special. I would like to wish each one of them the very best for the upcoming competition.”

You can find the squads in full below:

55 Men:

55 Women:

Fraser Stirling [C]

Jacqueline Fullerton [C]

Gordon Bell

Deborah Maddern

Jimmy Wood

Carole Wilson

Derek Lauder

Sharon Mitchell

60 Men:

60 Women:

Ronnie Terras [C]

Rosie Dennis [C]

Mike Aitken

Nicky Henderson

Gerard Kelly

Daphne Hill

Ian Campbell

Jane Russell

65 Men:

65 Women:

Keith Haig [C]

Marjory Love [JC]

Andrew Mckeown

Mary Byrne Leitch [JC]

Toni Marchetti

Tri Drummond

Billy Clarke

Carol Hunter

Ian Murdie



[C] - indicates team captain

[JC] - indicates joint team captain

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