Conor Flynn wins Scottish title
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Welsh tennis player Conor Flynn lifted the Scottish Junior Open Under-16 title after victory over in the final at Craiglockhart Tennis Club.
Conor with the David Cup that is touring Scotland
Conor defeated Liam O’Brien in straight sets, 6-3, 6-2 to secure the silverware.
The Porth player booked his place in the final after overcoming the challenge of a determined Arthur Attrill in the semi-finals, winning through 6-4, 3-6, 10-4.
Chris Lewis, Head of Performance at Tennis Wales, said: “This is a brilliant result for Conor, and one that follows in the footsteps of his brother, who also won this competition. Conor is a great talent and, in Wimbledon fortnight, it is great to see young Welsh players like him making their mark by winning his first title.”
Conor, who is coached by his father, is ranked eight for his age group in the UK, and is the Welsh under-16 number 2.
His older brother Danny is developing his tennis at Mercer University in the USA.