World Tennis Tour $25k - The Scottish Championships
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Professional tennis returns to Glasgow from 16th February – 23rd February when Tennis Scotland stages the Scottish Championships – Men’s and Women’s $25k singles and doubles events – at the Scotstoun Leisure Centre.
Qualifying rounds for both men’s and women’s singles will be played on the Sunday and Monday with play starting at 10 am and continuing into the evening. The main draws of both events start on Tuesday [ 10 am start ] and continue through to the finals which will be played on Sunday 23rd February [provisional start time 11 am]. Saturday’s programme offers singles semi-finals and both doubles finals.
Scotland will have local Glasgow player Aidan McHugh taking part with other Scottish players to be confirmed. Jack Draper will be the highest ranked British male player in action, Jack who has just turned 18 is currently ranked 318 in the world which makes him one of the highest ranked players in the world for his age. The women’s draw will be headed up by world number 92 Kristie Ahn from the USA and former world number 45 Anna-Lena Friedsam from Germany.
As always, the standard of tennis will be very high and this is an opportunity to watch the stars of the future in Scotland’s first professional event of 2020. Entry to the spectators’ stand is free all week with a centre café offering snacks for all.
Please promote to club members – attached is a poster advertising the event. You can download the pdf poster for display.
Draws and a daily order of play can be found at Glasgow $25k
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